Blurred LinesMarch 9, 2018 |
by Kevin Kinser
As far as universities go, Kaplan and Purdue could not have been more different.
Kaplan University, which operated under parent company Graham Holdings, a $3.2 billion corporation, was part of the troubled for-profit college sector.
Purdue is generally considered one of the best public universities in the United States and the world.
Be that as it may, the two schools joined forces in a remarkable union that was formally approved this week by the Higher Learning Commission, the agency that accredits both institutions.