Team recommended probation, not “show cause”

The ACCJC shot themselves in the foot last week by admitting in a court filing that members of its evaluation team recommended a less-severe penalty than “show cause.” The Commission “confirmed as undisputed that ‘nobody on the 2012 evaluation team suggested that the recommendation to the commission should be to place City College on show-cause status.’”

This is yet another example of how the ACCJC’s show cause and disaccreditation decisions were wrong. Click here for the full story from the Chronicle of Higher Education and here for the story from the LA Times.

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