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Accreditors Consider Academic Freedom in Evaluating Higher Education Institutions

James Grossman | Nov 21, 2012

The Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the American Association of University Professors have offered an intriguing suggestion regarding the relevance of academic freedom to the quality of education.  Please note in this recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education their recommendation that accreditors consider how well an institution protects academic freedom as an important criterion in their evaluations.

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