MARY LYN HAMMER, education advocate, CEO, and entrepreneur, delivers a 312-page report with compelling evidence of corruption in higher education reporting and sector-level performance.
BIG decisions in the educational industry have been based on inaccurate information and hidden agendas.
We urge you to examine the facts and analysis presented in Injustice for All.
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What the Press Has Said about Injustice for All
“For any career college sector executive out there who has wondered if someone could ever be strong enough to call out the Department of Education for misrepresenting data to cast the career college sector in a negative light. Hammer brings all that and more to the forefront here.”
CAREER COLLEGE CENTRAL; Kevin Kuzma, contributing writer
“If the department has bungled its default data, this would not be the first time. In 2010 a programming error led the department to undercount defaults for seven months; a year later the department admitted to errors that inflated default rates across all sectors.”
THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION; Kelly Field, senior reporter
The facts contained within Injustice for All are backed up by Ms. Hammer’s expert analysis of publicly available data and reports. The accuracy of the data statistics and analyses has been verified in an “Independent Accountants’ Report” conducted by Kaiser & Carolin, P.C.
2013 U.S. Government Profit
on Student Loans
Totaled $41.3 Billion
Injustice for All is a special report that takes readers on a journey which began in 1987, explaining why funding drives education laws and regulations. The residual effects of the battle over funds have led to data manipulation and inaccurate reporting to support misguided beliefs and agendas that have little to do with educating America and point to keeping the profits from student loans in the U.S. government general fund.
Publicly available reports based on this manipulated data are designed to sway public opinion about higher education by hiding the truth about the prevalence of substandard performance at non-profit public institutions while hiding the fact that over half of all for-profit institutions have default rates under 15%, are high-performing and provide essential training to at-risk students.
This special report offers facts, evidence, and offers logical solutions to reverse the defaults for innocent student borrowers, ideas to improve accountability, and implementable standards that protect students, schools, and the federal fiscal interest.
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Expanded Book Description
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Examining DOE Data Reporting
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96 Tables of Data and Evidence
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Responding to Questions
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Definition of Latin Terms in Seal
Libertas: freedom, liberty, independence/frankness, candor
(University of British Columbia)
Praecipio: to instruct, advise, warn, anticipate
(University of British Columbia)
Prudentia: foresight; knowledge; sagacity, discretion
(University of Notre Dame)
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