Northwestern's journalism school lets accreditation lapse


In a nontraditional move, officials at Northwestern University's prestigious journalism and communications school have decided not to renew the program's accreditation, letting the designation lapse.

The dean of the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications said Monday that school officials chose not to pursue renewed accreditation, which provides outside approval of academic programs, because the process is "flawed" and not useful.

Read Dawn Rhodes' full story for the Chicago Tribune here.

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