National (DETC) vs. Regional There is no fundamental difference between the two forms of accreditations. Both are conducted by non-profit associations established by consent of a group of institutions. Both accreditations are based on the principle of voluntary application by an institution, both are institution-wide in scope, and both use peer reviews to judge whether an institution meets published standards of academic quality and institutional integrity. DETC enjoys the precisely same national recognitions as the regional bodies do, and DETC has the same kind of accreditation standards which address curriculum quality, faculty qualifications, student services, and ethical and business practices. There are some interesting differences: DETC is expert in distance learning technique and specializes in accrediting distance education instruction. It has over a half century of experience in doing this. DETC evaluates institutions completely every five years, while regional accreditation is conducted once each decade. Between five-year reviews, DETC does a comprehensive subject specialist curriculum evaluation of every new program before students may enroll, while the regional associations do not. But at the core, the accreditations are very similar, and both are virtually identical in philosophy and scope of activity. To term one more acceptable or better than another is not at all accurate. More details read an excellent article by Accreditation Guru by Michael Lambert posted on this website; http://www.military-advanced-education.com/article.cfm?DocID=2040
what is the difference between local market and national market
national is bigger
if it is local new it is in a small area but if it is national its world news ;) local news covers the local area like the state ur in but national news covers the whole nation
national is all around the world and local is around you local area. like your corner shop but national is like going to Bridlintion just for a stick of rock
Local government in the United states is less directly answerable to the national government than is local government in Britain.
If this is in reference to background checks, then a local check would be a check with the local police and a US national check would be a check with national sources (e.g. FBI, etc.).
One of the main differences between a national and an international scout is that the national scout is from a local chapter within the nation of residence and an international scout is from a chapter outside of the nation of residence. Another difference between the two is the set of rules that are abided by and the badges that can be earned.
There is no difference.
A federal system is a system that divides the powers of government between the national (or federal) government and state and local governments. The national government is the top (or highest level) of government. It controls the entire nation or country and it controls state and local governments.
Yes. Domestic is local or national and global is the world. That's why it is called "global."
local sports provision is one that contains sports of various districts in a community whereas naational comprises of all districts in a country