The Chronicle of Higher Education: “More than half of students attending the nation’s largest for-profit colleges withdraw within two years, a new report by Senate Democrats reveals. . . . 57 percent of students who entered for-profit colleges during the 2008-9 academic year have withdrawn, many after 20 weeks or less of instruction. Over the past three years, almost two million students have left for-profit colleges without a credential, many with debt that could take years to repay”
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