How the For-Profit Education Business Is a Complete Taxpayer Rip-Off

A new report details their excesses -- including an average CEO salary of $7.3 million.

There’s nothing unclear about the story. For-profit schools — which generate at least 80 percent of their revenue from government student loans — represent a huge waste of taxpayer money. Full Story »

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“In 2010, the for-profit colleges examined employed 35,202 recruiters compared with 3,512 career services staff and 12,452 support services staff …” The average ... More »

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