Education In China


issued a summary judgment effectively invalidating DeVos's interim rule nationwide. District Judge Dabney Friedrich ruled that the education secretary overstepped her authority and misinterpreted what Congress intended for the CARES Act funding. Purchasing supplies to sanitize and clean the facilities of a local educational agency, including buildings operated by such agency. Providing principals and others school leaders with the resources necessary to address the needs of their individual schools. School facility upgrades and new construction would be financed through $50 billion in grants and an another $50 billion leveraged through bonds.

In 2012, the defendants were ordered to pay more than $USD 22.7 million to 30,000 plaintiffs. A diploma mill is an organization that awards academic degrees and diplomas with substandard or no academic study and without academic approval by officially recognized educational accrediting bodies or qualified government agencies. The purchaser can then claim to hold an academic degree, and the organization is motivated by making a profit. These degrees are often awarded based on vaguely construed life experience.

Because often no simple “litmus test” is available to gauge whether an accreditor, school or program is legitimate, members of the public act prudently who consult resources such as those CHEA and government bodies cite, and who conduct further inquiries. In this area, not to “look before you leap” can be a costly, painful, and consequential mistake. These fake accrediting agencies may adopt names that are similar to other well known accrediting agencies, and sprinkle legitimate institutions in its list of accredited members. They may even use all the right sounding words in their marketing materials to describe their accrediting standards and review processes. When actually, those accrediting standards and procedures are never put to use and the accreditation is meaningless.


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