Delist ACCJC NOW: AFT and faculty organizations file new complaint against rogue accreditor

AFT 2121, CFT, AFT, and faculty organizations have filed a new complaint against the ACCJC with the Department of Education. We are asking that the Secretary of Education immediately delist ACCJC.

Our complaint focuses on new evidence since 2013 that the ACCJC remains not “widely accepted” by the educational community. The DOE has already found that they are not in compliance with this Federal regulation and they continue to be in violation. View CFT’s press release on the new complaint.

The complaint also focuses on the violation of Federal Due Process rules in the Restoration Status that is being applied only to CCSF.

We urge the DOE to finally end ACCJC’s misrule!

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