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What's AHEAD Poll Results: Accountability and the Obama College Scorecard

In August 2013 the Obama administration announced plans for a “College Scorecard” that would rate the accessibility, affordability, and outcomes of individual higher education institutions. The results of our poll suggest that higher education leaders have several concerns about an accountability scorecard, with the most commonly reported being recognition of institutional diversity, measurement of student outcomes, and unintended consequences of selected measures.

Survey of higher education leaders reveals concerns about an accountability scorecard, with the most commonly reported being recognition of institutional diversity, measurement of student outcomes, and unintended consequences of selected measures.

Please follow this link to a full report of the results of the poll, our second in a series of What’s AHEAD polls focusing on the important issues facing higher education today.