WASHINGTON – After trying for years to tighten the rules on for-profit colleges, the Department of Education finally enacted regulations on the industry this summer. But the fight’s not over.
A month after new rules went into effect, the department faces continuing push-back from the colleges, and Republican lawmakers as well.
The regulations require for-profit colleges, such as prominent names like the University of Phoenix and ITT Tech, to prove that students can find “gainful employment” after finishing school.
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