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    Involving Students in Assurance of Learning

    When students participate in AoL activities, instructors get fresh insights into how to achieve continuous improvement.
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    Transforming Assurance of Learning for Lasting Impact

    Changes to accreditation standards and a surge in digital learning have created new opportunities for schools to revamp their AoL processes.
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    Chinese Business Schools on the World Stage

    A confluence of factors has led to the rapid development of business schools in China
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    Leveraging Assessment to Drive Quality in Business Education

    A critical part of ensuring quality learning is understanding how assessment data can be used to improve programs over time.
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    How the 2020 Standards Promote Collaboration

    AACSB’s revised accreditation standards encourage schools to pursue more partnerships, both on their own campuses and with other institutions.
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    Positioning Business Education for the Future

    At this year’s ICAM, two topics were top of mind: meeting AACSB’s revised standards and serving a changing student demographic in a post-COVID era.
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    Implementing New Standards in a Virtual World

    Following approval of the 2020 standards, business schools collaborate on the best ways to create principled, purposeful educational experiences—virtually.
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    A Personal Perspective From the Business Education Alliance: Sudarso Kaderi Wiryono

    The dean of Institut Teknologi Bandung discusses his indirect entrance into business education and the impact COVID-19 is having on his school in Indonesia.
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    The 2020 Business Accreditation Standards Are Approved!

    After two years of reimagining, listening, revising, and adapting, the collective work of the BATF and the AACSB network is complete—to inspiring results.
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    Developing Learners vs. Teaching Students

    The proposed 2020 standards refer to business education consumers as "learners" rather than "students"—a deliberate shift that goes beyond just language.
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