Applying the Ethical Intent Matrix to For-Profit Institutions

After considerable research on the differences between fraudulent, substandard and good-standing educational institutions, the author created the Ethical Intent Matrix (EIM). The EIM is based upon three theories: ethical intent, public interest, and public choice. The author also created categories of actions that feed into the EIM to allow regulators and accreditors recognizable and supported means of categorizing educational institutions.

National Association State Administrators & Supervisors Private Schools
Paul Shuler
Presentation Date: 
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Event or Conference: 
NASASPS Collaborative Conference with SAN Institutions 2018
Presentation Type: 
Paper Presentation
Boyer's Domain: 
Presentation Location: 
921 SW Sixth Avenue
Portland, OR 97204
United States
Abstract: 
After considerable research on the differences between fraudulent, substandard and good-standing educational institutions, the author created the Ethical Intent Matrix (EIM). Presentation will describe and explain the EIM and the three theories it is based upon: ethical intent, public interest, and public choice. The presentation will also describe categories of actions that feed into the EIM to allow regulators and accreditors recognizable and supported means of categorizing educational institutions.