“It’s protections like that that make robust oversight of for-profit schools a benefit to the state and a strong oversight agency vital, said Ramond Curtis, the state policy manager of the Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group Veterans Education Success. To do that, state lawmakers should work to strengthen the bureau, he said.

‘Keeping the bureau, to us, is a no-brainer,’ Curtis said. ‘The bureau plays a more significant role in California than any other state’s oversight agency,’ given the state’s size and number of schools.  ‘If its critics are saying ‘we need to make sure we’re properly funding and staffing the bureau,’ then I agree with them.’”

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