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One of the largest for-profit colleges must pay $68 million and stop advertising about the success of its students

DeVry University has agreed to stop advertising a claim about the success of its students that had been challenged by the federal government. The Education Department announced a settlement with DeVry today after saying the for-profit college chain couldn't support one of its marquee claims. DeVry had advertised that 90 percent of its graduates since 1975 found employment in their field of study within six months of graduation.
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