Latest Unaccredited institutions of higher learning Stories

2013-04-17 23:00:03

CompuHigh online high school is invested in quality online education and offers families tips for how to steer clear of diploma mills and unaccredited schools. (PRWEB) April 17, 2013 The market for online high schools has exploded in the past decade. With all the options it can be hard to sort out which might be best for you or your son or daughter. The best choice will depend on a number of personal factors, but it is vital to confidently eliminate the schools that are not legitimate or...

2008-09-04 00:00:19

By Jason Cato Two former instructors are suing a Downtown higher education center, claiming the school illegally rewards admissions recruiters, dupes prospective students with false promises about their futures and encourages teachers to pass failing students. Victoria Gatsiopoulos and Dolores Howland, former instructors at Kaplan Career Institute's ICM campus on Wood Street, accuse their former employer of violating U.S. Department of Education policies for schools receiving federal...

2008-08-29 09:00:52

By Robbie Brown New York Times News Service ATLANTA -- A county school system in metropolitan Atlanta on Thursday became the nation's first in nearly 40 years to lose its accreditation, and the governor removed four of its school board members for ethics violations. The school system in Clayton County, just south of the Atlanta city limits, was ruled unfit for accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, one of the nation's six major private accrediting agencies,...

2008-02-24 15:00:29

By Jeff Mosier, The Dallas Morning News Feb. 24--The Dalworthington Gardens public safety chief has received an extra $2,400 in pay each year since earning a master's degree in 2004. But the college that awarded Bill Waybourn his degree is not approved by any recognized accrediting agency. Chief Waybourn, who is running for the GOP nomination for Tarrant County sheriff, said he has spoken to several attorneys and educators who said they don't believe he broke the law. But he said he was...

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