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State department of higher education
What is your response to these issues?
Colleges
Asif Qureshi
5042 N Winthrop Ave # 237
Chicago, Illinois 60640
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www.qureshiuniversity.com
Phone:(773)561-6102
Fax:(773)337-9107

January 23, 2012

Illinois Board of Higher Education
431 East Adams,
2nd Floor
Springfield, Illinois 62701-1404

Dear Sir or Madam:

Circulate this to all.

What should the head of the state department of higher education be able to answer?

How many teachers are able to educate in the English language, social studies, math, and science in the state as of January 22, 2012?

How many medical doctors are there in the state who can reach a correct diagnosis and treatment, guide in preventive and curative concepts of medicine, use pharmaceutical and health care products and answer relevant questions as of January 22, 2012?

How many engineers are there in the state as of January 22, 2012?

How many lawyers are there in the state as of January 22, 2012?

Do they know their duties and responsibilities?

Are they able to answer relevant questions?

How many more are required?

What is being done to enhance skills and knowledge of existing workers?

What is being done to replace and force premature retirement of those fraudulently placed, incompetent, and involved in various harms?

Take a look at the programs.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/programs.html

http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/colleges.html

If students from out of state select these programs, would you prefer them to forward money or have the native state forward relevant resources like essential commodities and basic needs in cargo?

Here is a discussion question. Does sending money from outside the state enhance the state economy or sending products and services in essential ingredients of the economy?

Obviously, products and services in essential ingredients of the economy.

I recommend products and services in essential ingredients of economy.

If you select that they should send money from outside the state, you need to have a discussion on these issues. It is not going to enhance the economy of the state of Illinois.

All questions of economy and budget have been elaborated at http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/economics.html.

What is your response to these issues?