DeVos is letting the foxes draft rules for the henhouse.
A filing Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission by troubled Bridgepoint Education raises questions about the
Twenty years ago this summer, he stood on a San Diego stage and accepted the nomination of the Republican Party for President of the United States. Last week, Bob Dole, now a retired U.S. senator from Kansas and an endorser of Donald Trump for president, registered as a lobbyist for Bridgepoint Education, a for-profit college company that has been under investigation for fraud and other abuses by four federal agencies and five state attorneys general.
The online degree factory allegedly targets the very veterans the senator pledged to help with the GI Bill.
For-profit colleges with troubling records have frequently brought onto their boards prominent people whose reputations can help validate their institutions with government overseers, accreditors, and the public.
"I think it would be an enormous cultural shift," the employee said. "In order to meet the criteria that that they have set