For-Profit Colleges Manage Defaults to Mask Problems, Analysis Indicates

For-Profit Colleges Manage Defaults to Mask Problems, Analysis Indicates | Goldie Blumenstyk & Alex Richards | Chronicle of Higher Education | 18 March, 2011

The article discusses data released by the U.S. Department of Education regarding a trial study of loan default rates for students enrolled at for-profit universities in the U.S. It examines reasons why many colleges run by higher education companies such as Corinthian Colleges, ITT Educational Services, and the University of Phoenix have reported large differences in the two-year and three-year default rates of students receiving aid.

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