In most countries, higher education quality is ensured by a government agency, often called a quality assurance agency. In the United States, quality assurance is the shared responsibility of a “triad” of entities (National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity [NACIQI], 2012):
State agencies that license or otherwise authorize colleges to operate
Several dozen accreditors, each serving the needs of a different sector of America’s incredibly diverse higher education enterprise
The U.S. Department of Education (ED ...
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