“The Unacknowledged Value of For-Profit Education”

The Manhattan Institute has just published my new report on the promise of for-profit colleges. I argue that though these institutions face greater scrutiny than any other sector of the higher-ed industry, we should celebrate their potential to accommodate untraditional students. I acknowledge for-profits’ shortcomings; however, I conclude that if the Department of Education is concerned about loan repayment, completion rates, and employment statistics, it should also scrutinize traditional institutions with regard to these outcomes and not target for-profits exclusively.

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