Friday, February 17, 2012

For-profit colleges

  • (Updates to add trade group's comment in last paragraph.) Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) -- For-profit colleges would lose a financial incentive to enroll soldiers and veterans under U.S.
  • (Businessweek)
  • TRUCKEE, Calif. -- After two years of intense scrutiny and new federal regulations that have cut into booming enrollments at for-profit colleges, the industrys executives apparently felt the need for a restful break.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • For-profit colleges would lose a financial incentive to enroll soldiers and veterans under U.S. Senate and House bills aimed at curbing what sponsors call aggressive marketing of subpar programs.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • U.S. senators have introduced a second bill designed to slow the flow of military money to for-profit colleges. The bill, sponsored by Sen.
  • (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
  • A little-known California law has dealt a blow to nearly half of the for-profit college campuses in the state, barring them from offering students a coveted Cal Grant this year.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • File: U.S. Army soldiers stand together as they salute during the memorial service. Congress is taking aim at for-profit colleges that target veterans, but don't provide a quality education.
  • (89.3 KPCC)
  • Auction 2012 is a weeklong series in collaboration with The Dylan Ratigan Show and United Republic.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • For-profit colleges are coming under attack again, this time for allegedly preying on military veterans. Sen. Dick Durbin, D.-Ill.
  • (KTLA.com)
  • FRANKFORT — The private, for-profit college industry would stop regulating itself at the state level under a bill that a Kentucky House committee approved Wednesday.
  • (Lexington Herald-Leader)

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