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PHOENIX The troubled Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture is facing
an inquiry by the state board that licenses private colleges.
The inquiry could put the Scottsdale school's license on the line.
Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Granted Continuing Accreditation
Higher Learning Commission removes "on notice" status; acknowledges
"student learning is of a high order and in evidence throughout the School"
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- TALIESIN WEST -- The Frank
Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, also known as Taliesin, has
received continuing accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission
(HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA),
announced Victor E. Sidy, AIA, dean of the school, today.
This decision removed the "on notice" status that HLC assigned as part
of its 2005 accreditation, in which it recommended that the school
further address its vision, administrative and governance structures,
and plans for finance, economics and academics.
"The HLC's decision to renew the school's accreditation is a welcome and
much anticipated event," Sidy said. "It affirms the progressive
strategic plan we've developed over the past two years as the means to
fulfill our mission of building architects for the future in keeping
with the legacy of our founder, Frank Lloyd Wright."
In summarizing the visiting team's rationale, the HLC letter of