Update: NJ Trying to Stop Bonuses for Diploma Mill Degrees
August 21, 2008
It looks like the State of NJ Education Department has been getting a lot of heat since the diploma mill story hit the news! In an update it appears they will be revising their policies. Maybe they read all of the stories we have written on Diploma Mills??
TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey’s Education Department says it will come up with rules to stop school administrators from getting extra pay after obtaining graduate degrees from so-called “diploma mills.”
Education Commissioner Lucille Davy announced the plans.
It was recently revealed that officials in Freehold, including superintendent H. James Wasser, had degrees from Breyer State University, a unaccredited university.
State Senate President Richard Codey is calling for the state Attorney General to investigate the issue.
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