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Andrew Gillen, Daniel L. Bennett, Richard Vedder

61.G.C. Leef and R.D. Burris. Can College Accreditation Live Up To Its Promise? Washington, DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, 2002.

  • 62.

    Henry M. Wriston, “The Futility of Accreditation,” Journal of Higher Education, 31.6 (June 1960): p. 318.

  • 63.

    David Moltz, “Angst for an Accreditor,” InsideHigherEd, June 7, 2010.

  • 64.

    The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, “Why Accreditation Doesn’t Work and What Policymakers Can

Do About It,” Washington DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, July 2007. 65. Kevin Carey, “Asleep at the Seal: Just How Bad Does a College Have to be to Lose Accreditation?” Washington Monthly, March–April 2010. Available at http:/www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2010/1003.carey.html.

  • 66.

    Ibid.

  • 67.

    Arthur Levine, “Educating School Teachers,” Washington DC: The Education Schools Project, 2006, p. 62.

  • 68.

    G.C. Leef and R.D. Burris. Can College Accreditation Live Up To Its Promise? Washington, DC: American Council

of Trustees and Alumni, 2002.

  • 69.

    Judith S. Eaton, Letter from the President, CHEA, July 16, 1999.

  • 70.

    G.C. Leef and R.D. Burris. Can College Accreditation Live Up To Its Promise? Washington, DC: American Council

of Trustees and Alumni, 2002.

  • 71.

    Ibid.

  • 72.

    Barbara Brittingham, “An Uneasy Partnership: Accreditation and the Federal Government,” Change, September–

October, 2008.

    • 73.

      David Scobey, “Advice for U.S. on Accreditation,” InsideHigherEd, June 24, 2009.

    • 74.

      Burton Bollag, “Opening the Door on Accreditation,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 16, 2004.

    • 75.

      Milton Greenberg,“America’s Colleges Should Rank Themselves,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 16, 2000.

    • 76.

      Kevin Carey, “Rock Bottom,” The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Brainstorm blog, March 3, 2010.

    • 77.

      Manning M. Pattillo, “Accreditation as a Protection Against Pressures,” Journal of Higher Education, 31.6 (June

  • 1960)

    : 301–306.

    • 78.

      William K. Selden, “Why Accreditation?” Journal of Higher Education, 31.6 (June 1960): 296-301.

    • 79.

      A. Lee Fritschler,“Government Should Stay Out of Accreditation,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 18, 2007.

    • 80.

      A. Lee Fritschler, “Accreditation’s Dilemma: Serving Two Masters—Universities and Governments,” Council of

Higher Education Accreditation, September 22, 2008. 81. A. Lee Fritschler, “Government Should Stay Out of Accreditation,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 18, 2007.

    • 82.

      Manning M. Pattillo, “Accreditation as a Protection Against Pressures,” Journal of Higher Education, 31.6 (June

  • 1960)

    : 303.

    • 83.

      Barbara Brittingham, “An Uneasy Partnership: Accreditation and the Federal Government,” Change, September–

October, 2008.

84. Jeffrey C. Martin, “Recent Developments concerning Accrediting Agencies in Postsecondary Education,” Law and Contemporary Problems, 57.4, Private Accreditation in the Regulatory State, (Autumn 1994).

85. The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, “Why Accreditation Doesn’t Work and What Policymakers Can Do About It,” Washington DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, July 2007.

  • 86.

    Anne D. Neal, “Dis-Accreditation,” Academic Questions, 21.4, (December 2008).

  • 87.

    The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, “Why Accreditation Doesn’t Work and What Policymakers Can

Do About It,” Washington DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, July 2007.

  • 88.

    Anne D. Neal, “Dis-Accreditation,” Academic Questions, 21.4, (December 2008).

  • 89.

    The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, “Why Accreditation Doesn’t Work and What Policymakers Can

Do About It,” Washington DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, July 2007. 90. Jeffrey C. Martin, “Recent Developments concerning Accrediting Agencies in Postsecondary Education,” Law and Contemporary Problems, 57.4, Private Accreditation in the Regulatory State, (Autumn 1994).

  • 91.

    Anne D. Neal, “Dis-Accreditation,” Academic Questions, 21.4, (December 2008).

  • 92.

    The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, “Why Accreditation Doesn’t Work and What Policymakers Can

Do About It,” Washington DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, July 2007.

  • 93.

    Anne D. Neal, “Dis-Accreditation,” Academic Questions, 21.4, (December 2008).

  • 94.

    The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, “Why Accreditation Doesn’t Work and What Policymakers Can

Do About It,” Washington DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, July 2007.

  • 95.

    Ibid.

  • 96.

    Ibid.

  • 97.

    Jeffrey C. Martin, “Recent Developments concerning Accrediting Agencies in Postsecondary Education,”

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