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Comments to the Education Department on NACIQI Discussion Draft

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Comments to the Education Department on NACIQI Discussion Draft

November 22, 2011

​As part of its review of the nation's higher education accreditation system, the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI) issued a draft discussion paper outlining 30 potential reforms.

ACE and a group of higher education associations submitted comments on the draft, providing a series of principles to consider in making final recommendations to Education Secretary Arne Duncan.

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