*Education Not Guaranteed: A Louisiana State University Case Study





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Published on May 7, 2013

Louisiana State University students witness their education sacrificed to others' corruption and deceit in the State's economic development program. Short documentary by LSU alums and faculty explains how financial and curricular fraud in the state's high priority digital media program at Louisiana State University hurts Louisiana education and the economy.

What if the institution that is supposed to uphold the highest standards of education and intellectual development, instead, took advantage of its students?

*EDUCATION NOT GUARANTEED examines college students' concerns over the integrity of their education within the context of state tax initiatives, higher education budget cuts, rising tuition and debts, and recent grad unemployment.

Sparked by an illegal student fee scheme and academic fraud in LSU's digital media programs, *EDUCATION NOT GUARANTEED reveals new information on how the financial malfeasance reflects a broader academic environment where state officials feel free to indulge their fears, egos and greed over their responsibility to students.

Learn more about illegal student fee practices at LSU in The Advocate article here: http://ow.ly/l3MUO

For updates on *EDUCATION NOT GUARANTEED & other BUREAU of CHANGE projects,

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