The first time I served on an accrediting committee, I was so appalled by the misinformation the students were being fed by an incompetent and inexperienced faculty, that I led a successful move to disaccredit
the newspaper sequence.
The professional body should curb the incessant establishment of library schools in Nigeria and where necessary disaccredit
certain schools that are not meeting the standards.
This is a collective struggle, because if our courses are disaccredited
as a result of the non-payment of salaries, it will be a bad omen for the system.
"In the event of disaccreditation," she added, "the lending/investing bank is allowed to use its exposure to a disaccredited
RFI for compliance with the agri-agra requirement for a grace period of only up to the next reporting quarter following the disaccreditation."
This would not have been an issue had there not been disappointment in the nation's universities which have had some of their programmes disaccredited
Last year, Transparency International disaccredited
its Cypriot division revealing a rift in how the two NGOs understood corruption.
Why isn't Transparency International Germany being questioned and probably disaccredited
Schools that don't make the new elite will feel disaccredited
. More important, they will be perceived as being disaccredited
." If the objective is higher standards overall, he said, a better approach might be to lift all current accreditations and start over with tougher standards.
[It] would be devastating for us to get disaccredited
and to have a great [assessment] report, which would have been not only an inefficient and ineffective, but counterproductive, allocation of resources."
You could come in one day to find out that your university has packed up and gone home, or (perhaps worse) has been disaccredited