Light & Verity


Yale is currently undergoing its accreditation review by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, required every ten years. Admittedly, there’s not much suspense over whether Yale will pass the test. But the exercise is a chance for Yale to do some internal introspection and hear external perspectives: the 1999 outside evaluation team raised concerns about faculty diversity, teacher evaluation, tenure policy, and the proliferation of small academic programs. Follow Yale’s process—and comment on the university’s own self-study report—at this university website.

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