Jul 16, 2015

College accrediting group gets more public oversight under bill - SFGate

Expressing frustration with the private process for accrediting California’s community colleges — an obscure system that nearly led to the closure of City College of San Francisco last year — the state Senate’s Education Committee approved a bill Wednesday to increase public oversight of the group. The Education Committee also passed a bill to help former students of the shuttered for-profit...

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