Laureate Education, a big player abroad, becomes latest higher ed company planning to abandon Wall Street.
Harris Miller, chief of career college group, seeks to reach out to nonprofit colleges and Democrats on Capitol Hill.
U.S. proposes regulatory changes that could force agencies to set minimum standards for colleges on student learning.
At career college meeting, session on Spellings Commission aftermath has decidedly different (and more positive) cant.
With law regulating for-profit higher education now inoperable, efforts to replace it face resistance even as legislators approve one solution.
When a California bureau charged with regulating the state’s for-profit institutions closed down July 1, the concept of “state approval” became theoretical, if only for a short time.
Purchase of Touro's distance education division reflects trend of for-profits buying nonprofits -- with goal of expanding online offerings.
California attorney general heralds Corinthian Colleges' $6.5 million settlement over company's practices, but consumer advocates criticize it.
Sheldon Jackson, a financially struggling college, is latest nonprofit to consider alliances.
Debate over regulating for-profit colleges seems as intractable as ever as two new proposals for overseeing the sector circulate.
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