Federal law enforcement officials and the Education Department's inspector general announced Tuesday that they had indicted 21 people for allegedly defrauding at least 15 colleges in California of at least $770,000 through what department officials have characterized as "fraud rings." Summaries of the seven alleged schemes, which were aimed at community colleges and for-profit institutions, can be found in the department's news release.
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