“This is very serious to me because this is not what we are about, and I want everyone to know that we are addressing it in a very serious way,” Leo Morton, the chancellor of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, said Monday on KCUR-FM’s program “Up to Date.” Last week the university was stripped of its four top-25 Princeton Review rankings for falsifying data.
“This is very serious to me because this is not what we are about, and I want everyone to know that we are addressing it in a very serious way,” Leo Morton, the chancellor of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, said Monday on KCUR-FM’s program “Up to Date.” Last week the university was stripped of its four top-25 Princeton Review rankings for falsifying data. File photo The Kansas City Star
“This is very serious to me because this is not what we are about, and I want everyone to know that we are addressing it in a very serious way,” Leo Morton, the chancellor of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, said Monday on KCUR-FM’s program “Up to Date.” Last week the university was stripped of its four top-25 Princeton Review rankings for falsifying data. File photo The Kansas City Star

UMKC chancellor apologizes for use of flawed data in pursuit of rankings

February 09, 2015 06:30 PM