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Art Institute of Charleston Closes Enrollment

by Paul Bowers | July 06, 2018
Once touted as a necessary training ground for Charleston’s culinary and creative workers [...] Read more

DeVos Agenda: Easing Regulation of For-Profits

by Heidi Przybyla | July 06, 2018
WASHINGTON — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is expected to take new steps as early as this w [...] Read more

3 For-Profit College Campuses in N.C. to Close

by Associated Press | July 05, 2018
DURHAM, N.C. — For-profit colleges are expected to shut down three campuses in North Carolina [...] Read more

What Drives High Tuition for Online Programs

by Derek Newton | June 29, 2018
Most online college programs cost the same as on-campus alternatives. Some even cost more. Ther [...] Read more

Oklahoma Looks to Troops-to-Teacher Program to Ease Gap

by | June 28, 2018
TULSA, Oklahoma – The Oklahoma Department of Education is hoping veterans can help fight [...] Read more

What Happens When a Public University Buys For-Profit, Online School?

by Jeffrey R. Young | June 28, 2018
When leaders of Purdue University wanted to move into online education, they took the unusual s [...] Read more

Rules Change Would Let V.A. Employees Work at For-Profit Schools

by Natalie Gross | June 26, 2018
Employees at the Department of Veterans Affairs aren’t allowed to moonlight at for-profit sch [...] Read more

Attorneys General Voice Opposition to Rule Delay

by Lawndale News | June 19, 2018
Attorney General Lisa Madigan, along with 15 other attorneys general, submitted comments to the [...] Read more