The Final Ruling: The ACCJC Broke the Law

On Tuesday February 17th Judge Curtis Karnow issued his final ruling in the People v. the ACCJC. The verdict: the ACCJC broke the law. The final ruling has some important new elements: if City College chooses reconsideration, the college would not be putting its accreditation status at risk; and the process for reconsideration must be transparent. These are critical aspects that will help the college against the arbitrary and highly secretive ACCJC. This ruling provides a way forward. Now is the time for others to act to hold the ACCJC accountable and to create a fair accreditation process. The state legislature and the federal government need to reform the accreditation process use their oversight authority to rein in this rogue agency!

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