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AECC releases statement on two-year colleges.

The Accounting Education Change Commission has released Issues Statement no. 2, The Importance of Two-Year Colleges for Accounting Education.

According to AECC Chairman Doyle Z. Williams, "Two-year colleges are playing an increasingly important role in the structure of higher education. The commission believes their involvement in accounting education change is critical to improving the overall quality of accounting education."

The issues statement encourages closer coordination between twoand four-year colleges in developing accounting curriculums. It says enhanced communication between accounting faculty and administratom at two-and four-year colleges is likely to increase the quality of accounting education at both levels.
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Title Annotation:Accounting Education Change Commission
Author:Baliga, Wayne
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jan 1, 1993
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