Accreditors Will Take Hard Line on Graduation RatesSeptember 27, 2016 | :
by Jarrett Carter
A new initiative from the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions will examine four-year colleges and universities with graduation rates of 25% or lower, and two-year schools with 15% or lower graduation rates, more closely.
The plan, which follows the collapse of ITT Tech for its alleged fraudulent recruitment and degree-granting practices, seeks to aid the federal government in preserving access to its $130 billion student tuition aid programs for institutions with stronger outputs in completion and employment.
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