“Well, the world needs ditch diggers, too.”
So goes the infamous counsel of the comically inept Judge Smails to an aspiring college hopeful in the movie “Caddyshack.” But today, what the world needs are skilled […]
Mr. Golden, I’m wondering what stats you are using to defend for-profit colleges. My understanding is that for-profit colleges are only about making money, and that many of these schools have a history of engaging in deceitful advertising and admissions practices. It is my understanding that students who attend for-profit colleges are much more likely to end up with crushing debt and no actual job. They go after GI bill funds because they see it as easy money, not as a way to support veterans.
They sign up individuals who do not really have the financial stability to afford the education, and they lure those individuals in by overstating their success rates in placing grads in jobs in industry.