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August 1, 1992 | STEPHANIE GRACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As many as 1,200 trade schools and colleges nationwide--including 148 in California--are in danger of losing federal aid or being dropped from student loan programs because too many of their graduates have defaulted on government-backed loans, the Department of Education warned Friday. "These are tough measures, but they are necessary and appropriate steps to reduce the unacceptably high cost of loan defaults," said Carolynn Reid-Wallace, assistant secretary for post-secondary education.
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January 21, 1994 | Associated Press
The government is barring 21 Orthodox Jewish schools from federal student aid programs on grounds they provide only "avocational" training. To be eligible for student aid money, schools must provide education that leads to a degree or certificate and "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." The schools, all but one in New York City, were first told they might not be eligible for continued aid last October and were allowed a chance to appeal.
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January 21, 1994 | Associated Press
The government is barring 21 Orthodox Jewish schools from federal student aid programs on grounds they provide only "avocational" training. To be eligible for student aid money, schools must provide education that leads to a degree or certificate and "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." The schools, all but one in New York City, were first told they might not be eligible for continued aid last October and were allowed a chance to appeal.
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August 1, 1992 | STEPHANIE GRACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As many as 1,200 trade schools and colleges nationwide--including 148 in California--are in danger of losing federal aid or being dropped from student loan programs because too many of their graduates have defaulted on government-backed loans, the Department of Education warned Friday. "These are tough measures, but they are necessary and appropriate steps to reduce the unacceptably high cost of loan defaults," said Carolynn Reid-Wallace, assistant secretary for post-secondary education.
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August 1, 1992 | STEPHANIE GRACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As many as 1,200 trade schools and colleges nationwide--including 148 in California--are in danger of losing federal aid or being dropped from student loan programs because too many of their graduates have defaulted on government-backed loans, the Department of Education warned Friday. "These are tough measures, but they are necessary and appropriate steps to reduce the unacceptably high cost of loan defaults," said Carolynn Reid-Wallace, assistant secretary for post-secondary education.
NEWS
August 1, 1992 | STEPHANIE GRACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As many as 1,200 trade schools and colleges nationwide--including 148 in California--are in danger of losing federal aid or being dropped from student loan programs because too many of their graduates have defaulted on government-backed loans, the Department of Education warned Friday. "These are tough measures, but they are necessary and appropriate steps to reduce the unacceptably high cost of loan defaults," said Carolynn Reid-Wallace, assistant secretary for post-secondary education.
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