It still is a great school--just ask our current students. We just need to finally, after all these years, fully embrace the organizational structure and culture that our accrediting commission demands of us. We'll then be a more fiscally stable and even more student-centered college. The ACCJC's standards will dramatically improve our governance operations and make us truly great. We will get there.
Gina Marie: I am in complete agreement with you. It appears that CR's top administrative structure (even a year after Marsee's departure) is still stuck in its ways, and won't fully and meaningfully embrace the significant institutional paradigm shifts that the accrediting commission requires. Key CR administrators still think that if they can just wordsmith the report more convincingly, the ACCJC still won't notice the lack of actual evidence and authentic adherence to the standards. They tried this last year and it obviously failed. CR could indeed lose its accreditation if they push for a warmed-over redux of this very risky strategy again.
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Dec 8, 2016
vol XXVII issue 49
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