Laureate's U.S. Students Struggling to Repay Loans as IPO LoomsBy
Two studies show Walden students struggling to pay U.S. loans
Company paid Bill Clinton $16.5 million as honorary chancellor
To investors including KKR & Co. and Steven Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management, Laureate Education Inc. has been a star student in the struggling class of for-profit colleges. Now, as the world’s largest higher-education company prepares for an initial public offering, two new report cards have given its biggest U.S. school some poor grades.
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