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Andrew Gillen, Daniel L. Bennett, Richard Vedder

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

  • 132.

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

  • 133.

    As quoted in William H.Honan,“Some Say Accreditation Is Out of Control,”The New York Times,November 11,1998.

  • 134.

    Jon Provost, “Getting Government Out of Higher Education,” a lecture at the Heritage Foundation, May 3, 1995.

  • 135.

    William H. Honan, “Some Say Accreditation Is Out of Control,” The New York Times, November 11, 1998.

  • 136.

    Vickie Schray,“Assuring Quality in Higher Education: Recommendations for Improving Accreditation,”14th Issue

Paper for The Secretary of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education, unknown publication date.

  • 137.

    Jon Provost, “Getting Government Out of Higher Education,” a lecture at the Heritage Foundation, May 3, 1995.

  • 138.

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

of Trustees and Alumni, 2002.

  • 139.

    William H. Honan, “Some Say Accreditation Is Out of Control,” The New York Times, November 11, 1998.

  • 140.

    Ralph Wolff as quoted in Virginia B. Smith and Joni E. Finney,“Redesigning Regional Accreditation: An Interview

with Ralph A. Wolff,” Change, May-June 2008.

  • 141.

    Alan E. Guskin, “Reducing student costs and enhancing student learning,” Change, July-August 1994.

  • 142.

    Steven D. Crow as quoted in Burton Bollag, “Opening the Door on Accreditation,” The Chronicle of Higher Edu-

cation, July 16, 2004.

  • 143.

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

  • 144.

    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.

  • 145.

    Charles Miller, “Advice for U.S. on Accreditation,” InsideHigherEd, June 24, 2009.

  • 146.

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

of Trustees and Alumni, 2002. 147. 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.

  • 148.

    CCAP is a partner with Forbes in producing its annual list of America’s Best Colleges

  • 149.

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

  • 150.

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

  • 151.

    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). 152. 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.

  • 153.

    Ibid.

  • 154.

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

  • 155.

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

of Trustees and Alumni, 2002.

  • 156.

    Robert Martin and Andrew Gillen, “Breaking the Cost Spiral,” InsideHigherEd, August 7, 2009.

  • 157.

    For a more detailed discussion of these issues, see the article referenced above and chapter 25 in Center for Col-

lege Affordability and Productivity, 25 Ways to Reduce College Costs, Washington DC: Center for College Affordability and Productivity, (September 2010).

  • 158.

    Alan L. Contreras, “Advice for U.S. on Accreditation,” InsideHigherEd, June 24, 2009.

  • 159.

    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). 160. Robert C. Dickeson, “Recalibrating the Accreditation?Federal Relationship,” Council for Higher Education Accreditation, January 27, 2009.

  • 161.

    Ibid.

  • 162.

    on Provost, “Getting Government Out of Higher Education,” a lecture at the Heritage Foundation, May 3, 1995.

  • 163.

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

  • 164.

    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. 165. Fred Harcleroad, “The Council For Higher Education Accreditation and Recognized Accrediting Organizations,” The Council For Higher Education Accreditation, September 22, 2008. 166. Judith S. Eaton as quoted in Burton Bollag, “Federal Panel Floats Plan to Overhaul Accreditation,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 14, 2006. 167. As noted above, there is already concern that our relatively decentralized accreditor recognition process leads to

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