An Apology to Our Readers

Dear Reader:

Due to a printer error, a letter from the editor that we’d meant to replace was mistakenly published in the November edition of Career College Central. This is particularly embarrassing since the letter addressed a controversial cover story we’d decided to retract because a lawsuit that was its focal point was dropped. We apologize for any confusion it might have caused you or the parties involved.

Right up until press time, the November issue featured a different cover design, an 11-page feature story that was no longer timely, an alternate table of contents and a different letter from me. Upon receiving the news that Keiser University had dropped its lawsuit against Florida State College at Jacksonville, we frantically set about making changes. The letter from the editor appeared despite what we thought were sufficient efforts to replace it.

The for-profit education sector is a volatile place at the moment, and will continue to be, with the Department of Education’s gainful employment rule looming. No matter what happens, for-profit schools have to remain flexible. Our publication will no doubt need to be on its toes, too.

Keiser University is taking a step forward to improve its relationship with Florida State College at Jacksonville, and this represents the type of change and flexibility I’m talking about. We’re doing our share to respond to the change and cover the latest news in a way that’s beneficial to you. We’ll be more careful moving forward. Please accept our apologies.

Sincerely,

Kevin Kuzma
Editor, Career College Central

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An Apology to Our Readers

Dear Reader:

Due to a printer error, a letter from the editor that we’d meant to replace was mistakenly published in the November edition of Career College Central. This is particularly embarrassing since the letter addressed a controversial cover story we’d decided to retract because a lawsuit that was its focal point was dropped. We apologize for any confusion it might have caused you or the parties involved.

Right up until press time, the November issue featured a different cover design, an 11-page feature story that was no longer timely, an alternate table of contents and a different letter from me. Upon receiving the news that Keiser University had dropped its lawsuit against Florida State College at Jacksonville, we frantically set about making changes. The letter from the editor appeared despite what we thought were sufficient efforts to replace it.

The for-profit education sector is a volatile place at the moment, and will continue to be, with the Department of Education’s gainful employment rule looming. No matter what happens, for-profit schools have to remain flexible. Our publication will no doubt need to be on its toes, too.

Keiser University is taking a step forward to improve its relationship with Florida State College at Jacksonville, and this represents the type of change and flexibility I’m talking about. We’re doing our share to respond to the change and cover the latest news in a way that’s beneficial to you. We’ll be more careful moving forward. Please accept our apologies.

Sincerely,

Kevin Kuzma
Editor, Career College Central

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An Apology to Our Readers

Dear Reader:

Due to a printer error, a letter from the editor that we’d meant to replace was mistakenly published in the November edition of Career College Central. This is particularly embarrassing since the letter addressed a controversial cover story we’d decided to retract because a lawsuit that was its focal point was dropped. We apologize for any confusion it might have caused you or the parties involved.

Right up until press time, the November issue featured a different cover design, an 11-page feature story that was no longer timely, an alternate table of contents and a different letter from me. Upon receiving the news that Keiser University had dropped its lawsuit against Florida State College at Jacksonville, we frantically set about making changes. The letter from the editor appeared despite what we thought were sufficient efforts to replace it.

The for-profit education sector is a volatile place at the moment, and will continue to be, with the Department of Education’s gainful employment rule looming. No matter what happens, for-profit schools have to remain flexible. Our publication will no doubt need to be on its toes, too.

Keiser University is taking a step forward to improve its relationship with Florida State College at Jacksonville, and this represents the type of change and flexibility I’m talking about. We’re doing our share to respond to the change and cover the latest news in a way that’s beneficial to you. We’ll be more careful moving forward. Please accept our apologies.

Sincerely,

Kevin Kuzma
Editor, Career College Central

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