Government Subsidies Drive For-Profit Colleges’ Failures

Are for-profit colleges a good investment for students? A new study by economists Stephanie Cellini (George Washington University) and Nicholas Turner (U.S. Treasury Department) says generally, no. However, students who finish usually do all right. The results, in brief: after enrolling in for-profits’ certificate programs, students overall earn about $900 less […]

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