In his book Higher Education Accountability, Robert Kelchen comprehensively discusses the concept of accountability in nine chapters in a pleasant and convincing way. He aims to cover the landscape of key accountability systems in US Higher Education by discussing the theoretical underpinnings of accountability, their evolution, and the perspectives from and interactions of different stakeholders at different levels in the Higher Education system. The last two chapters are reflective in nature by presenting ten lessons on accountability and by speculating about what the future might bring.
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