New Rules Put More For-Profit Colleges in a Warning 'Zone'By
For-profit colleges depend largely on federal financial aid to survive. For years, the schools have been fighting stricter rules that would cut off their access to federal money based on how most of their students fare once they leave school. The Department of Education today released a final set of new measures by which, they found, 840,000 students attend programs that don’t get passing grades.
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