Scott Gray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 17 Jul 1999 15:32:24 -0400 (EDT)
On Sat, 17 Jul 1999, Joe Jackson wrote:
> >Accreditation is is only valuable insofar as one wants the respect of the
> >accrediting organization. If the accrediting organization's criterion are
> >ones that a given school would be proud to declare itself as adhering to,
> >it doesn't make sense to seek accreditation from that organization.
> That is not correct - SVS is accredited by the town, and MA won't shut you
> down. If that were not the case, SVS would certainly be making the NEASC
> decision using a far different criteria, and I bet pride in being a member
> would not be one.
Sorry. I was using the term "accreditation" to mean "giving credit to".
Not licensing ("allowing to operate"). I was clearly addressing a
different issue than you.
--Scott David Gray
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