How Corinthian Recruited Homeless Students

March 21, 2016

The California attorney general last week released thousands of pages of documents in the state's lawsuit against Corinthian Colleges, which collapsed last year. ProPublica analyzed the documents and has now published numerous email messages and documents showing how recruiters for Corinthian enrolled homeless people and helped them borrow money. The students then dropped out quickly and were left with considerable debt. Other documents show that Corinthian recruiters targeted those with low self-esteem.

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