Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum has started an investigation into whether five for-profit universities operating in the state are engaged in deceptive practices with regard to recruiting, enrollment and job placement, among other issues, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. The investigation focuses on Kaplan Inc., the University of Phoenix, MedVance Institute, Argosy University and Everest University. Officials of the institutions said that they had not yet received requests for information, but would cooperate with the probe.
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