In Report on Paying Foreign Recruiters, Admissions Panel All but Punts

From The Chronicle of Higher Education:

After almost two years, it came down to one word.

In a split-the-difference report that attempts to mollify everyone but is likely to please no one, a commission named by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, or NACAC, has recommended that the organization change its policies to state that members “should not” pay commissions to international-student recruiters, from the current “may not.” If colleges opt to pay so-called incentive-based compensation, the report says, they should be transparent and have strict accountability requirements in place.

Read the full article here.

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