"Answering the need for graduate level janitors, Yale University has joined the growing list of ‘ivy league’ colleges to offer the JD or ‘Doctorate of Janitorial Science’ degree program. The intensive six year program is designed to provide highly skilled janitors that will be able to pass the Federal Janitorial Administration license exams. Federal licensure of janitors takes effect in 2007 and requires 500 hours of undergraduate instruction in the field by a certified program and the passage of an exam. Much like the legal profession when the bar exam was enacted, it is expected the labor rate for janitors to go ‘through the roof’ once the license requirement takes effect. Yale reports a three year waiting list for the program has already developed. –Staff"
April Fools…or maybe not.