City Attorney in San Francisco files suit against ACCJC

August 22, 2013, San Francisco—Today the City Attorney in San Francisco filed suit against the ACCJC, charging, among other things, that “the private agency unlawfully allowed its advocacy and political bias to prejudice its evaluation of college accreditation standards,” and termed the ACCJC “a wholly unaccountable private entity.” Read CFT statement.

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