HIGHER EDUCATION: Stronger Federal Oversight Needed to Enforce Ban on Incentive Payments to School Recruiters

Iritani, Katherine M.
October 2010
GAO Reports;10/7/2010, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article presents a letter from Katherine M. Iritani, acting director of Education, Workforce, and Income Security Issues at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) regarding regulations for incentive payments to school recruiters in the country. GAO stresses that it has found evidences of fraudulent recruitment practices at 15 schools in the country. GAO suggests that the Department of Education (DoE) should monitor and impose compliance with the incentive compensation ban.


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