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Reconsidering Accreditation in a Rapidly Changing World Or How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?. It ’ s a classic example of “ The Danish Dream. ”. Norway. Are all doing a better job of delivering on the American Dream. How Can We Respond?. Which higher education do you want to fix?.

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It’s a classic example of

“The Danish Dream.”

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Norway

Are all doing a better

job of delivering on

the American Dream.

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How Can We Respond?

Which higher education do you want to fix?

How will you use technology?

How can disaggregation help?

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Disaggregation

The job to be done

Business Model

Technology

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What jobs should accreditation do?

How can we make college moreaffordable and reduce the burden of debt for students?

How can we make our educational delivery systems more sustainable?

How can we make sure college graduates have the genuine skills and knowledge to find good paying jobs in this challenging economy?

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How will accreditation manage unbundling?

In a world of unbundled models, does accreditation have to accommodate that unbundling?

In a world of micro-credentials, does accreditation need to rethink granularity?

Does a shift to outputs instead of inputs suggest an alternative, more flexible path to accreditation?

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How to solve the existential question?

Incumbents do not like competition. The body rejects foreign tissue.

Are we about students or about institutions?

How can we innovate at the margins and create experimental safe zones?

  • Tolerance for mistakes and even failure.
  • Create better questions.
  • Focus on outcomes.
  • Demand more transparency.
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We need accreditation as a player.

Who else will talk about quality?

We need better questions.

We need smart, informed pioneers.

The nation needs us.