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It's related to this June 2013 probation continuation: Note that SACS was within its rights to decide that Brewton-Parker should have been voted out of membership last year; the standard two-year review period for an institution on probation had been exhausted. SACS gave BPC an extra twelve months to remedy all their deficiencies. Apparently, SACS believed that BPC didn't do enough. I am very curious about how vigorous BPC will be on appeal; whether they will follow the standard cooperation procedure and simply seek an injunction to permit a SACS appeal, or if they will pursue court action outside of SACS cooperation.
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Jun 19, 2014