JNEL Special Issue One 2017 Print and Online

JNEL Special Issue One 2017 Print and Online
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This print and online special issue of the Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership (JNEL) contains papers from the NACC accreditation summit, 2016.

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Table of Contents: 

Message From the Special Issue Editor
Message From the NACC President
Nonprofit First as Grounding for Nonprofit Studies: Pedagogy, Research, Service to the Community, Accreditation, and National Rankings     
Philanthropy First: Why the Time Is Now to Implement Accreditation for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Academic Programs Around the World     
A Critical Perspective on Nonprofit Accreditation     
Between the Disciplines: Accreditation Considerations for Stand-Alone Nonprofit Education Programs     
An Integrated Approach to Nonprofit Management Curriculum: Implications for Accreditation     
Accreditation: Seven Perspectives From Outside Academia     
Accreditation of Nonprofit Certificate and Degree Programs: Caveat Emptor: Why Public Administration May Not Be The Best Fit     
Making Diversity Matter in a Nonprofit Accreditation Process: Critical Race Theory as a Lens on the Present and Future of Nonprofit Education     
NASPAA: The Public Administration Process and Approach Toward Accreditation     
International Perspectives on NACC Accreditation     
International by Design: International Accreditation Perspectives for Nonprofit Management Education     
Accreditation and International NGOs: Issues and Challenges     
Moving Across Academic Disciplines: The Opportunities and Challenges of Operationalizing Competency-Based Design     
Curriculum Mapping Models and Other Processes That Might Work for Nonprofit and Philanthropy Accreditation
A Position Paper on Accreditation on Nonprofit/Philanthropy University Curricula