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Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers Inc. has reached a consent agreement in Plymouth Superior Court with the office of Attorney General Martha Coakley, who filed a lawsuit in April. Coakley said the school's actions ultimately left graduates with
Aggressive recruiters, toll-free numbers and late-night TV commercials mark some of the tactics used by fraudulent for-profit schools that Attorney General Martha Coakley said her office is investigating. Coakley joined Mayor Jon Mitchell and Bristol
Division II status, accepting an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference...It's just a logical step for us, said Keith Baker, Grand Canyon's athletic director...Once that (invitation) came, we were at least prepared to start making the
The for-profit education industry has been under fire for the past few years, thanks in part to charges that their students are more likely to graduate with higher levels of debt and fewer prospects of employment than students at nonprofit colleges.
Technical school donations make up a small percentage of total contributions from the education sector, just $471,613, but this is a subset where Republicans pulled even with, and even barely bested, Democrats: The GOP drew nearly 51 percent of the
It's difficult to identify turning points for an industry and say: "That's when everything started to change." But if forced to, I would have to say that August 2010 was when the gravy train that for-profit education had become came to an end. On Aug.
Friday, Jun. 07, 2013 More Information For-profit colleges are not the answer to the rising cost of higher education. This increase is having a disastrous impact on many poor and middle income Americans, and it's disastrous for Mexican-American and
The number of people who are at least 90 days late on student loan payments has jumped 3.2 percent in only two years, rising from 8.5 percent in 2011 to 11.7 percent today, according to a recent study by the New York Federal Reserve...That
Acuna, April 16, 2013 For-profit colleges are not the answer to the rising cost of higher education. This increase is having a disastrous impact on many poor and middle income Americans, and it's disastrous for Mexican-American and other Latino
A new government campaign is warning consumers about deceptive marketing practices that some for-profit schools use to attract students. Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says for-profit schools often market subpar programs to veterans