UNC-Chapel Hill holds surprise inspections of classes to make sure they’re real
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. —Surprise classroom inspections have been taking place across the UNC-Chapel Hill campus recently, as administrators seek to prove that students and faculty are meeting for their scheduled classes, The News and Observer reports.
According to the report, administrators are preparing for a visit from an outside review team, who are expected to prepare a report for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges, a regional accrediting agency.
The SACS board could decide whether or not to sanction the university for the academic fraud scandal that has been unfolding over the last several years.
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