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The Inmates Running the Asylum?

Law and Contemporary Problems, 57.4, Private Accreditation in the Regulatory State, (Autumn 1994).

98. 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).

99. G.C. Leef and R.D. Burris. Can College Accreditation Live Up To Its Promise? Washington, DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, 2002. 100. 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. 101. G.C. Leef and R.D. Burris. Can College Accreditation Live Up To Its Promise? Washington, DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, 2002. 102. Molly Corbett Broad, “For Accreditation, a Narrow Window of Opportunity,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 20, 2010.

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    Timberly Ross, “Neb’s Dana College closing after 126 years,” The Associated Press, July 1, 2010.

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October, 2008.

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The Council For Higher Education Accreditation, September 22, 2008.

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    As quoted in Golden, Daniel, “Your Taxes Support For-Profits as They Buy Colleges,” Bloomberg, March 4, 2010.

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    Information obtained from <http://www.straighterline.com/>

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mission on the Future of Higher Education, unknown publication date. 120. G.C. Leef and R.D. Burris. Can College Accreditation Live Up To Its Promise? Washington, DC: American Council of Trustees and Alumni, 2002. 121. Robert C. Dickeson,“The Need for Accreditation Reform,” 5th Issue Paper for The Secretary of Education’s Com- mission on the Future of Higher Education, unknown publication date. 122. Council for Higher Education Accreditation, “2002-2003 CHEA Survey of Degree-Granting Institutions, Accred- iting Organizations, and Higher Education Associations,” The CHEA Chronicle, May 2003.

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