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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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    An Inside Look at AACSB’s 2020 Business Standards Formation

    Business Accreditation Task Force members have collectively led over 40 conversations around the world, with all types of audiences. Here's how the standards are shaping up based on this input.
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    Accreditation Is Not 'One Size Fits All'

    The ultimate goal of accreditation is to ensure that students receive quality education and valuable career preparation, but different types of accreditation serve different aspects of the higher education system.
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    6 Myths About AACSB Accreditation Standards

    As chief accreditation officer at AACSB, I am frequently asked the same questions repeatedly, many of which are based on myths. Here are the six I hear most frequently—and their truths.
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    The Exciting Idea of Reimagining Business Accreditation

    To address the ever-evolving business school landscape requires that we continuously evaluate and, if needed, change our accreditation standards to meet stakeholder needs.
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    What the 2018 Accounting Standards Mean for Your Business School

    AACSB's executive vice president and chief accreditation officer, Stephanie Bryant, answers a few of the most common questions about the new accounting accreditation standards approved at the 2018 International Conference and Annual Meeting.
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