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Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC), Issues Statement 1, "AECC Urges Priority for Teaching in Higher Education," 1990
(1) Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC), Objectives of Education for Accountants: Position Statement Number One, AECC, Torrance, Calif., 1990, p.
Accounting Education Change Commission and American Accounting Association.
The Accounting Education Change Commission, formed in 1989 to improve the academic preparation of accountants, allocated funds to a curriculum grant program to encourage experimentation and stimulate curriculum projects that would become prototypes for nongrant accounting programs.
This grant provided support for creation of the Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC) under the oversight of the American Accounting Association (the academic arm of the accounting profession).
In 1989, a group called the Accounting Education Change Commission was funded by the then-Big Eight to join with educators to encourage innovation in education.
The Accounting Education Change Commission was subsequently established to help educators achieve the white paper's objectives.
In fact, the then Big 8 public accounting firms anted up $5 million to help create the Accounting Education Change Commission [AECC] to redirect the focus of accounting education.
As highlighted by the Accounting Education Change Commission, this book superbly provides a theoretical basis for students to master accounting concepts and then "learn how to learn," on their own or in CPA review courses other key accounting details.
At the same time, Chenok says, the Big Eight firms joined in a partnership with the American Accounting Association to form the Accounting Education Change Commission (AECC), whose members included AICPA representatives.