The closure leaves 35,000 students without an educational path forward.
For-profit schools have no incentives to consider long term educational or social goals. Obsessed with achievement metrics that might persuade consumers to purchase their product, they often exclude students with cognitive, emotional or behavioral problems.
But the final amount could climb significantly when looking across all Corinthian Schools, which include Everest and WyoTech
These are some of the oft-repeated rationales for "low-cost" private, for-profit schools when confronted with the question of how best to provide sustained and quality education to young people in Kenya, Ghana and other countries in which they are implementing their non-state education models.
Many of the things flagged by the IRS were left unchanged. Mitchell and an employee of his remained on the board. The joint
On the first "Last Week Tonight" following his August break, John Oliver had an important message for college students: stop
Tennessee Virtual Academy was pushed through the Tennessee state legislature in the closing minutes of the session in May
"Suppose colleges provided prospective students with reliable information on the unemployment rate and potential earnings
We have a national crisis in education. Things must change and change quickly. I join Senator Harkin and my colleagues in the House in demanding better performance from the for-profit college industry that serves millions of students across this nation.
For-profit colleges' alleged support of increased accountability across all colleges and universities is yet another position that reeks of PR posturing by emphasizing some details at the expense of far more pertinent ones.
The Florida Senate blocked a piece of legislation Friday that would give parents -- and likely private business interests -- significantly more influence over the state school system.
State Sen. Phil Pavlov, who chairs the Senate's education committee, said Warren's proposal has "nothing to do" with SB 618
Traditional public school districts and charter schools have long been at odds in Ohio, but that strain is most noticeable
"Clearly a lot are choosing to go to our schools because we offer a program tailored to working adults, who often have a