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Are All For-Profit Colleges Rip-Offs?

Last week, the U.S. Department of Education announced it is establishing new resources for students affected by the recent closures of some for-profit colleges. This is the latest move in reaction to continued controversy surrounding for-profit colleges. From fraudulent activity, such as advising students to submit false information on the Free [...]
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