Latest American Academy for Liberal Education Stories

2008-09-03 03:00:00

By Neal, Anne D The French have an education ministry; the English put their faculty in charge. In America, the Tenth Amendment is clear- education is not one of the powers delegated to the federal government. As a consequence, state charters traditionally guard schools against federal control, and colleges and universities are run by lay boards of trustees secured from federal interference, thanks to Daniel Webster's suit before the Supreme Court in 1819. American higher education thrives...

2008-06-19 09:00:52

To: BUSINESS EDITORS Contact: Branden Blackmur, Robert Falls & Co. Public Relations, +1-239-774-9797, +1-216-696-0229, for Ave Maria University AVE MARIA, Fla., June 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Academy for Liberal Education (AALE), a national accreditor of liberal arts colleges, located in Washington, DC, granted accreditation to Ave Maria University (AMU), thus rendering AMU a fully accredited institution of higher education that offers quality baccalaureate degree...

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