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CA vocational schools lack oversight

"An examination by Jennifer Gollan of The Bay Citizen found that over the last two years, the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education had not met many of its core responsibilities, like swiftly investigating complaints, monitoring the quality of educational programs and rooting out unlicensed schools.

It found that the bureau has provided little enforcement of unlicensed institutions, including diploma mills, which provide degrees for little or no work. In addition, the agency has a backlog of some 200 investigations of schools accused of hiring unqualified faculty members, providing degrees of dubious value and other violations of state education code."

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