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The Education Department levied a $30 million fine against the company that hasn't yet been paid. In light of Monday's bankruptcy
"The CFPB is using the full extent of its powers much more enthusiastically than the Department of Education," said Maura
There will undoubtedly be serious disruptions if a major for-profit college with tens of thousands of students collapses. But the last thing government should be doing is to spend more taxpayer dollars to drive more students into bad deals at predatory colleges.
In addition to requesting job placement data across Corinthian's more than 90 U.S. campuses, the Department of Education
Other former employees told HuffPost that managers encouraged them to seek out employers with high turnover rates who were
Eric Parms enrolled at an Everest College campus in the suburbs of Atlanta in large part because recruiters promised he would have little trouble securing a job.
Ali Lueder, who worked in career services at an Everest campus outside Chicago, said she was reprimanded for trying to help