Setting Quality Standards in Higher Ed

“The growing chorus of criticism of U.S. higher education is focusing on quality, and rightly so. Quality is or should be the central issue in the higher education enterprise. It is too often overlooked in the quest for reform and change in other important areas such as cost containment, expansion, accessibility and higher graduation rates. We should always be on the lookout for ways to improve quality – but some caution in our approaches is warranted …” (more)

[A Lee Fritschler, Inside Higher Ed, 9 September]

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