For-profit colleges slammed in Democratic Senate staff report

It says they are failing students and costing taxpayers too much. Republicans call the investigation biased.

For-profit colleges are failing their students and saddling taxpayers with an enormous bill, a two-year investigation by the Senate education panel's Democratic staff concluded. Full Story »

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The report linked the high dropout rates with a lack of money spent on instruction at for-profit colleges, finding that in 2010 the 30 for-profit colleges that were ... More »

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