Chronicle of Higher Education, 5/1/11


Commentary by Michael Hillyard, a higher-education consultant and a former president of two for-profit institutions, that focuses on ways to monitor for-profit institutions. He argues, "if regulation and accreditation standards are enforced, the result should be that good companies will survive, with the few bad actors cleaning up their acts or shutting down." The piece includes a list of key indicators of quality that might be used to evaluate colleges and universities.

AuthorKeith Blakeman