In further justifying "gainful employment" rules, U.S. suggests that comparatively few borrowers at for-profit colleges repay loans -- an assertion the colleges dispute.
Baccalaureate-granting community colleges had trouble finding an honor society that would accept their students; now, there is competition.
Investors pledged to rescue a struggling nonprofit, but as its leadership keeps changing and its enrollment lags, university is on verge of losing accreditation.
For-profit giant -- under fire in Congress -- announces shifts in recruiting tactics.
The Washington Post faces questions over its support for for-profit higher ed -- including visits to Congress by Don Graham on behalf of Kaplan.
As policy debate rages about for-profit colleges' value, their enrollments continue to soar, nearing 12 percent of all students.
Community college chancellor kills agreement that let students from overcrowded institutions take courses from the for-profit and transfer them back.
For-profit college turns to events co-branded with media outlets to change minds and critics wonder about the journalistic ethics of providing positive PR.
After Wall Street firm invites investors to fancy dinner with senator to discuss for-profit higher ed -- at $10,000 a pop -- he says the event was never a done deal.
Education Department and accreditors say it's not their job to police colleges, and point to states. Wisconsin regulators are willing -- but not quite able -- to patrol the beat.
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