Accountability in American Higher Education
K. Carey, M. Schneider
Springer, Dec 20, 2010 - Education - 355 pages
In Accountability in American Higher Education prominent academics, entrepreneurs, and journalists assess the obstacles to, and potential opportunities for, accountability in higher education in America. Providing analysis that can be used to engage institutions of higher education in the difficult but necessary conversation of accountability.
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