The university's new president, Tim Slottow, responds to Matt Reed's questions about academic quality, saying the for-profit chain serves students well.
Karen Gross considers the implications of a marketing buy that most colleges could never even dream about.
Proprietary institutions need to shun short-run investor thinking in favor of long-term thinking with students and social purpose in mind, Jorge Klor de Alva argues.
Representative Mark Takano writes that the administration's new proposals are positive, but don't go far enough in cracking down on poorly performing for-profit colleges.
Last week's proposal out of California would give for-profit higher ed legitimacy it has long sought, and undercut the role of accreditation and the authority of public universities to control the quality of their programs, writes Tressie McMillan Cottom.
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