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Question 1: EMOs work with school districts or ________, using public funds to finance operations.
Charter schoolPublic school (government funded)Christian schoolUniversity

Question 2: [4] Between 1995 and 2000 the ________' yearly revenues grew from $12 million to $217 million.
George H. W. BushJeb BushEdison SchoolsBrookings Institution

Question 3: For-profit schools are educational institutions that are run by private, profit-seeking companies or ________.
ManagementOrganizationOrganizational studiesOrganization development

Question 4: This loss of non-academic activities might hurt a child's ability to enroll in some ________ or universities later on.
Gymnasium (school)Middle schoolCollegePublic school (government funded)

Question 5: There are two major types of for-profit ________.
CollegeGymnasium (school)SchoolElementary school

Question 6: In 2000, Bob Chase, president of the ________, stated: "Educating children is very different from producing a product."[10]
VirginiaUnited StatesNational Education AssociationDemocratic Party (United States)

Question 7: The first type operates as a ________, receiving fees from each student it enrolls.
BusinessCorporate lawCompanies lawCorporation

Question 8: Many for-profit institutions of ________ have national accreditation rather than regional accreditation.
CollegeUniversityHigher educationAcademic degree

Question 9: Between 1998 and 2000 a ________-based company named Advantage Schools saw its revenue increase from $4 million to approximately $60 million.
BostonMassachusettsPhoenix, ArizonaDenver

Question 10: Admission representatives at ________ and Florida Metropolitan University allegedly made various misrepresentations concerning the transferability of their credits to entice students to enroll in those schools.
Bachelor's degreeWashingtonEducational accreditationCrown College (Tacoma)


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