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a school that teaches nonresident students by mail

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As one of the country's original correspondence schools, Penn Foster is rooted in training Americans with the technical skills needed to find jobs where they live and continues that mission today by providing students with distance learning college, career school, and high school programs to better enable them for success.
26) A similar sentiment was expressed by the Headmaster of Melbourne Correspondence School in Australia, E.
The report said that Touro did not consider correspondence school a separate campus needing approval--despite the fact that Middle States Commission on Higher Education, its accrediting body, told it to seek separate accreditation for its correspondence divisions.
Janet Start Hull received her Doctorate in Nutrition from a nonaccredited correspondence school that offers courses in detoxification and healing, iridology, homeopathy, and human energy fields.
In Australia, a correspondence school was established in Melbourne in 1914 'to meet the needs of isolated children for schooling' (Correspondence School, 1978, p.
in biomedical ethics from Pacific Western University, an unaccredited correspondence school offering no classroom instruction.
Many people mistakenly assume we are the equivalent of the correspondence school degree programs, when in fact we have prescriptive authority in many states and are trained in minor surgery as well as the range of illnesses from acute to chronic.
A correspondence school that offered courses in natural health for personal enrichment and self-improvement was entitled to an exemption from property taxes according to the Tax Court of Indiana.
Ventrella, who describes himself as an "ordained Ruling Elder in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church" in his ADF bio, also teaches classes at Bahnsen Theological Seminary, a correspondence school in Placentia, Calif.
From these humble beginnings, emerged the Saskatchewan Government Correspondence School, the Alberta Correspondence School, and the British Columbia's Correspondence Education Branch; all supply courses at a distance to many in-school students (McKinnon, 1986).
In deadly serious tones, but with a quiet smirk on his lips, Huey explained: "There was a correspondence school that had an advert on late-night TV.
Neiman unsuccessfully raised this issue citing the FTC's enforcement action in the correspondence school context in Branch v.
Despite Siegel's claim that "Paladin Press has established itself as a correspondence school for crime," there isn't enough money to be made in a mail-order bookstore whose main customers are hit men and cannibals.
His Merton is reduced to a level of horrified hilarity when he discovers his correspondence school acting techniques have made him a star of the hated comedy flicks of slapstick film director Richard Baird (Richard Libertini).
Apart from the facility of the Correspondence School there has been little recognition of the problem of specific provision for the numbers of students in the "at risk" category although there are a number of initiatives and innovations presently being considered.