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FUNCTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION  

 


Main goals of the United States Department of Education are increasing of accessibility to education, elimination of discriminatory practices, regulation of financial support for education, and national level research related to education affairs...
 

 

                     Must read: “Accreditations in the United States” ->


                     Must read: “Improprieties in Higher Education Affairs” ->

 

Real functions the United States Department of Education

The United States Department of Education, as a former part of the Federal Security Agency, was created not to control educational affairs and not to control the quality of education, but main goals for the creation of the Department of Education were increasing accessibility to education, elimination of discriminatory practices, regulation of the financial support for education and collection of data related to educational affairs.

THIS IS HOW THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DESCRIBES ITSELF

Word-for-word quotations from the statements made by the United States Department of Education

“Overview and Mission Statement:  

ED's [United States Department of Education] mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.  

“ED [U.S. Department of Education] was created in 1980 by combining offices from several federal agencies. ED's 4,400 employees and $68 billion budget are dedicated to:

Establishing policies on federal financial aid for education, and distributing as well as monitoring those funds.

Collecting data on America's schools and disseminating research.

Focusing national attention on key educational issues.

Prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to education.”  

This is the end of all official main functions of the United States Department of Education.

COMMENTS:

1.  United States Department of Education, as a former part of the Federal Security Agency (United States), was created not to control educational affairs and not to control the quality of education (as it incorrectly and sometimes falsely advertised by people that are promoting high costs for higher education), but to improve the access to education. It was done as the national defense initiative, because level of education is always indicator of the human intelligence level, as well as an indicator of the national stability and defense preparedness.

2.  Main goals for the creation of the United States Department of Education were increasing of accessibility to education, elimination of discriminatory practices, regulation of financial support for education and conduct of national intelligence evaluations, as a part of national security affairs (related to educational matters). This agency also conducts collection of information and analysis of intelligence information (related to educational matters and anything connected to education), as a continuation of it's previous role in the functions of the former Federal Security Agency.

3.  U.S. Department of Education promotes accessibility of education. One of the creation goals was to provide an equal access to higher education for all citizens in the United States.

4.  United States Department of Education was never designed to control the quality of education or any principles of education. It is not controlling, but only informative branch of the government (that also can be characterized as the national intelligence agency working in the field of educational affairs).

5.  Functions of the U.S. Department of Education are ONLY: (1) Establishing policies on federal financial aid for education [financial affairs - educational loans and other forms of the financial aid for education]; (2) Collection of data and national research [intelligence affairs] related to educational and other similar matters; (3) Creation of policies prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to education [social affairs].

***This is the end of all functions of the U.S. Department of Education*** [educational or controlling functions are not included in the U.S. Department of Education activities].

 

Relevant pages:

“Accreditations in the United States” ->

“United States Department of Education” ->

“Improprieties in Higher Education Affairs” ->

“Educational Manipulations in the United States” ->

“Educational Manipulations and Deceptive advertisements” ->

 

 

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