In this issue: More Pressure on Accreditors in Changing Higher Ed Landscape - Do College Students Need "Borrow Defense"? - Strong Hand of Regulation Protects Students - Candidate Running for Office Who Claimed to Have College Degree Allegedly Faked Diploma - Accreditor Moves Up Review of Temple's Fox School After Ranking Scandal
In this issue: QAA Optimistic for Hong Kong HE Market, Despite Demographics - Okojie Seeks Quality Assurance for Varsities - Bilateral Cooperation: Mauritius and Kenya to Sign Several Memoranda of Understanding - Chandra: Quality a Priority for University - Malaysian Qualifications Agency Does Rigorous Evaluation - No Substitute for Quality Higher Education in Growth Equation - Ministry: Violating Universities to Face Legal Action - Seven Questions You Should Ask Before Enrollment
In this Issue: The Groningen Declaration Network 7th Annual Conference - A Conversation with Professor Dr. Youhansen Y. Eid - IREG-9 Conference - Academic Freedom, University Autonomy & Social Responsibility - Council of Europe Seminar on the Role of Quality Assurance in Fostering Academic Integrity - European Higher Education Area Ministerial Conference - DeTao Master's Academy Applies for Second Round Quality Platform Review
In this Issue: House Democrats Introduce Bill to Reauthorize Higher Education Act - U.S. Department of Education (USDE) Announces Negotiated Rulemaking on Accreditation - Senate Democrats Urge Release of NACIQI Recommendations Before Next Committee Meeting - USDE to Repeal Gainful Employment and Rewrite Borrower Defense Regulations
This new publication by Sir John Daniel focuses on innovation and especially the portability of qualifications.
NEW FROM CHEA/CIQG -
A new report focusing on an important emerging challenge for quality assurance and accreditation: how to assure quality in the growing alternative provider sector.
By CHEA President Judith Eaton; Published by the Association of Community Colleges (May 2018)