Bill Tries, Again, to Curb For-Profit Colleges’ Share of GI Cash
For the second time in two years, Congress is trying to close a loophole that allows for-profit colleges and universities to collect billions of federal dollars in tuition from veterans.
For-Profit Colleges Under Scrutiny, Again
When FRONTLINE viewers last saw Sgt. Chris Pantzke, he was struggling to deal with the fallout from signing up for courses at a for-profit college that he couldn’t complete.
Is GIBill.com Misleading College-Bound Veterans?
Fifteen state attorneys general are investigating the company behind the website for allegedly providing misleading information.
New Rules Aim to Crack Down on For-Profit Recruitment of Vets
They’re are aimed at the “aggressive and deceptive targeting of service members, veterans, and their families.” Here’s a rundown of what the president’s new executive order will accomplish.
New Bill Aims to Close G.I. Bill Loophole at For-Profits
Sen. Dick Durbin [D-Ill.] recently proposed a bill that would dramatically change the way federal money can be allocated to … Continue reading
Sgt. Pantzke: “I Just Want To Be Able To Start Over”
You may remember Sgt. Chris Pantzke, the retired Iraq war veteran who was featured in our recent film bearing his … Continue reading
Report: For-Profit Colleges Receive Lion’s Share of GI Bill Money
Eight for-profit colleges and universities received $1 billion — or 24 percent of all G.I. Bill money in the last … Continue reading