Regarding the Nov. 4 news article “ UNC faces more scrutiny from accreditors”: Of course the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools should plan a second accreditation review of UNC.
It has been more than two weeks since the release of the Wainstein report and still no mention of the other 1,550 students who were enrolled in paper classes. It can be understood (although not condoned) why “student-athletes” were steered toward these courses, but what about the others? How did they learn about this easy grade? Were they, too, cheated of an education?
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