<![CDATA[While the report did say that For-profit colleges can play an important role in educating nontraditional students, but the colleges often operate as aggressive recruiting machines focused on generating shareholder profits at the expense of a quality education for their students. That’s the unflattering portrait of the for-profit higher-education industry detailed in a voluminous report officially released on Monday by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. The report, which also criticizes the accrediting agencies that evaluate the colleges, concludes a two-year investigation into the operations of 30 for-profit higher-education companies from 2006 to 2010. A major issue raised was the amount of money spent on recruiting students Article from the Chronicle: http://chronicle.com/article/A-Damning-Portrait-of/133253/ ]]>
Senate Report Paints a negative Portrait of For-Profit Higher Education
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