This thread is another example of a point I made the other day. It's not about egalitarianism, it's about having a basic level of respect for one another. Overall, most threads don't devolve to attacks (although this thread is not a good example since this one did). Whether a person has a bachelors or not, is asking about an unaccredited or questionable school, or attended and studied with a questionable school or an unaccredited school (which would therefore absolutely give you an unaccredited past, Sorry Johann, that is just a fact of a person's history which I myself happen to have), or has 4 Doctorates and 50 years of experience in the field of education, there is no reason to attack or be attacked over it or a mistake in accuracy made by someone addressing those credentials. I have never had the urge to attack someone over asking a question here, over their credentials, or over an inaccuracy but I've read more posts than I can remember now where those scenarios have played out. I would say to anyone that if they can't offer information or correct a person in these situations without an attack, and you find that okay, then you're just helping the problem. After all, correcting a person who you feel has attacked you without you attacking in kind is an option. That often disarms the attacker and diffuses the contagion of others mimicking that behavior. Can't we just discuss education without all of this being injected into it? We have had spirited debates over the years that have spilled out into pages and pages and pages worth of GREAT content without attacks. I see no reason why that can't be the norm in a group of very educated adults.