For-Profit Higher Ed

For-Profit Higher Ed
Sep 20, 2016
By tackling the controversial 90-10 rule -- and lowering it for its institutions -- DeVry Education Group is looking to assert its place as a leader in the for-profit sector.

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November 8, 2010
Amid increasing scrutiny of for-profits, panel asks what proprietary colleges can teach non-profit sector. And a noted NPR analyst says newspaper ties to for-profit industry will keep regulators at bay.
November 4, 2010
National data show growth in faculty positions and stagnation in administrative jobs in all sectors, though increases of instructors are mostly among adjuncts.
November 2, 2010
Former Arkansas State system chief, who now holds faculty post, says he wants to strengthen existing university ties to controversial online education company that hired him just as he resigned presidency.
November 1, 2010
Blackboard may be king in the nonprofit sector for online learning platforms, but in the growing for-profit sector, it is still playing second fiddle.
October 28, 2010
In advance of today's release of most financial aid "integrity" regulations, Education Department signals some changes, but not in core approach or principles.
October 22, 2010
Since start of 2010, quarterly disclosures show federal lobbying expenditures on behalf of the sector have nearly doubled -- from $1.3 million to close to $2.6 million.
October 19, 2010
Several major for-profit colleges make senior hires of officials with long histories in nonprofit higher education.
October 18, 2010
U. of Phoenix plans to 'hyper-personalize' learning experience for all 400,000 of its students by building an online learning platform that thinks.
October 13, 2010
Princeton Review looking to expand program offering Massachusetts community colleges accelerated health science degree programs to students willing to pay more.
October 8, 2010
GAO report says Education Department -- particularly in Bush administration -- did too little to enforce federal law barring commissions for college recruiters.

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