The move to more aggressive strategies comes after four-and-a-half years of overall enrollment declines at U.S. universities and colleges. And while private, nonprofit schools have managed to maintain a fairly level number of students, they’re finding that harder and more…
By Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report
WASHINGTON — The Education Department is removing a law firm hired to oversee the turnaround of schools owned by Corinthian Colleges Inc., a for-profit education company whose financial collapse had placed at risk more than $1 billion in federal student…
By Jeff Horwitz, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Another large for-profit college is under government scrutiny — this time, it's DeVry University.
By Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press
Since 2009, the G.I. Bill has paid up to $21,000 a year of college tuition for those who served in Iraq or Afghanistan. Much of that money, though, goes to for-profit schools, which award degrees some employers don’t recognize. Aaron…
By PBS NewsHour
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