Comparing two or more things
Is therea better way to make this statement? Grammarly states there are "mistakes made when comparing two or more things." However, I am not making a comparison,this is simply a list of organizations.
Those organizations/agencies included the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education ), Missouri Department of Higher Education ), National Council of State Boards of Nursing ), and The Higher Learning Commission - North Central Association of Colleges and Schools .
Software, like Grammerly, works using pattern recognition. It does not "understand" the meaning of your words. So when Grammarly sees the word "higher," the software is triggered to ask "higher than" what?
Your sentence is correct as is.
I hope this helps.
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