Any deregulation of the for-profit college industry will be just another waffle in a long history of such moves.
Allegations paint a disturbing picture of a school that enriched its leaders and harmed students.
In 2004, the University of Phoenix (UOP), the largest for-profit college in the country, took a principled stand on behalf of its students. Unlike many other for-profit schools, UOP refused to include a clause in students’ enrollment agreements that required them to settle any disputes with the schools through binding arbitration. University of Phoenix officials… Read more »
Which eight public universities spent 100 percent of institutional aid on non-needy students in 2014-15?
If Obama administration means what it says, it must end mandatory arbitration for defrauded college students