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(Washington, DC)  —  The Prince George’s County school system has been fined over one-point-seven million dollars for improperly hiring hundreds of foreign teachers.  The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division ruled that over a thousand foreign-born teachers had to pay fees that should have been paid by the Prince George’s County  School system.  The “Washington Post” says the foul up involving the teachers, hired under the H-1B visa program, led the acting administrator of the Wage and Hour division to assess 1.7 million dollars in civil penalties due to what was termed the “willful nature” of some of the violations.

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