Pass without distinction

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June 5, 2011
The American Prospect    
Posted in PND Commentary

"After a nearly two-year drafting and revision process, the Department of Education (DOE) has finally begun to crack down on schools like Ashford, whose students are often lured in by flashy advertising and the promise of a lucrative future, then left with little but mounting debt to show for their education. Yesterday, the DOE announced rules requiring career colleges to certify that their graduates are 'gainfully employed' in order for their students to qualify for federal aid." [editor's note: As usual, a "private" enterprise becomes just another "gravy train" subsidy recipient, however indirectly it may be - SAT] (06/03/11)  


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