Jul 03, 2015

The Biggest Fraud in Higher Education: Whose Fault? | Diane Ravitch's blog

The biggest scam in higher education was perpetrated by Corinthian Colleges, a for-profit corporation that once enrolled more than 120,000 students at 120 campuses. Corinthian collapsed recently, leaving tens of thousands of students saddled with debt and worthless degrees.   The recruiters focused on minorities, the poor, and veterans, making false promises about future employment…

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