Faculty at For-Profits Allege Constant Pressure to Keep Students Enrolled

Faculty at For-Profits Allege Constant Pressure to Keep Students Enrolled | Kelly Field | Chronicle of Higher Education | 13 May, 2011

The article presents complaints from faculty members at various U.S. for-profit universities regarding the educational quality of the programs that are provided to students. It focuses on a False Claims Act lawsuit filed by former Kaplan Career Institute professors Victoria G. Gatsiopoulos and Dolores A. Howland-Justice against the school which alleges the administration urged teachers to tolerate instances of cheating and plagiarism, alter the grades of students, and report false student attendance records.

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