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Betsy DeVos’s Hiring of For-Profit College Official Raises Ethical Issues [The New York Times]

CAREER EDUCATION (CECO)  More Company Research Source: The New York Times
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PDF Mr. Eitel, an Education Department lawyer under President George W. Bush, has been a stalwart critic of federal regulation of both for-profit colleges and K-12 education under the Obama administration. Advertisement Continue reading the main story A department spokesman, who requested anonymity, said Mr. Eitel is a member of a “beachhead” team, paid staff members who are temporarily helping to lead federal agencies as the Trump administration gets up and running but do not require Senate confirmation. Mr. Eitel has conferred several times with the agency’s ethics officer, the spokesman said, and will recuse himself from any policy decisions or discussions related to Bridgepoint and another former employer, Career Education Corporation. While on unpaid leave from Bridgepoint, the spokesman said, Mr. Eitel has also volunteered to recuse himself from weighing in on the department’s “gainful employment” regulation, which is intended to hold career schools accountable f [Read more]

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