Kaplan U decrease in enrollment
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Submitted by marci a tewell (United States), Feb 15, 2014 03:27
"Poor" students may be attending for profit colleges at a decreased rate and being denied an education, however, they are also missing out on being in debt for life for what is often a degree that does not lead to employment. This huge national debt is eventually placed on taxpayers when lians are nit repaid. It is just one more example of corporate welfare on the backs of taxpayers, and if loans are paid back by the un or under employed students, their backs. We need not mourn the increased accountability of loans or lack of accreditation standards for these capitalist universities. I neither let off the hook public universities as they too make huge profits off the backs of poorly paid professors and government loans that get defaulted. Universities and hospitals are actually large real estate grabs making huge profits under the guise of public service.
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