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    January 2000

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  In this issue...

The Value of Accreditation in Planning
The system of regional and specialized accreditation is a distinctive strength of American higher education. It helps to preserve the rich diversity of American colleges and universities by offering professional peer review in the place of bureaucratic governmental oversight and control. more...

Common Data Project
This year CHEA begins a major financial changeover: collection of CHEA dues by the eight regional accrediting commissions from its 3,100 member institutions will give way to CHEA’s direct billing of member colleges and universities. more...

Upcoming meetings, publications, and new CHEA staff. more...

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