New Standards In The Works For

Postsecondary Programs

New Standards In The Works For Postsecondary Programs

Original Article By by Michelle Diament | Disability Scoop | February 1, 2021

The programs at colleges and universities have proliferated in recent years to number more than 300, but they vary widely in their focus, length, level of campus integration and more. As a result, families have little baseline to judge the quality of different offerings, the cost of which can rival traditional college tuition.

Now, a panel of experts has finalized a set of model standards that could eventually be the basis for accrediting these programs.

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