Accountability in Higher Education After Deregulation: Summarized Material from a Comment to the Department of Education

Editor's Note: 

This summarizes material from a comment to the Department of Education by Sandra E. Black, University of Texas; Stephanie Reigg Cellini, George Washington University; David J. Deming, Harvard University; Susan Dynarski, University of Michigan; Adam Looney, The Brookings Institution; Jordan Matsudaira, Columbia University; and Jesse Rothstein, University of California, Berkeley.

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The Executive Leadership Academy (ELA) prepares visionary higher education leaders to guide their institutions in a multicultural environment. ELA is designed for individuals from all backgrounds interested in advancement to high-level management positions such as dean, vice president, provost, president, and chancellor.

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