Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Higher Education Protectionism

Where else but Michigan?
The State Board of Education has licensing authority for nondegree vocational-technical and proprietary institutions within the state. Such institutions outside Michigan who wish to recruit Michigan students must have their recruiters licensed in a similar manner. The Board also approves the charters for private degree-granting institutions.
It should be noted that the academics who study higher education governance systems and typologies tend to consider Michigan to be "decentralized" or engage in "voluntary coordination."

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