In another sign of change in for-profit higher education, Corinthian Colleges, Inc. announced Tuesday that it was buying Heald College, a regionally accredited institution that is based in San Francisco and operates 11 campuses with about 12,300 students. Corinthian's announcement came a day after Princeton Review announced that it would buy Penn Foster Education Group, Inc.
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