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Tressie McMillan Cottom Sep 9
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Tressie McMillan Cottom Sep 8
I talk about this in as students navigated FAFSA, many of them assuming it was credit based.
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Rachel Fishman Jun 26
Came home to find out my toddler gave 's to the monster that lives in our office because he "needs a book to read." That monster is going to be well-informed and can't wait to discuss.
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Lawrence of Suburbia Sep 9
This also confirms what I learned from that evangelical schools were some of the first predatory institutions of the movement
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Tressie McMillan Cottom Sep 8
Is now the time to mention that has been cited over 100 times? No? Oh okay then.
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Stephanie Jul 21
If you read this story doesn't surprise you
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Dr. Katie Rose Pryal ♿️🎾📘 Jul 31
Replying to @tressiemcphd
I don't want to shame people who are wanting to learn more about this. Go read 's to get started. Talk to every adjunct or first-year-course teacher about how much we worked, way beyond our job descriptions, to keep kids enrolled.
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Elise Gould May 2
Replying to @tressiemcphd
The Great Recession supercharged state cutbacks and tuition hikes. The one-size-fits-all advice to get a degree, by borrowing if necessary, also helped spur the rise of for-profit colleges. Read 's to get the details on that phenomenon. 4/n
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Carter Chevrolet Sep 19
Won't find another one like it
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👑 Stephanie Victoria 👑 Aug 16
That part. I had a prof tell me that schools see Master's programs as cash-cows! Also for-profit schools and their doc programs. If your doc program isn't investing in you and opening up markets for you then the its not worth the paper it's printed on.
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John Warner Jun 3
Replying to @tressiemcphd
Or rather, recognize that the rationale for this market is housed not in economic theory, but sociology and 's . The programs highlighted in the article are an example of a market that "makes our collective insecurity more profitable."
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Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab Jul 30
The only part of this that Pete is right about is - did you know the are actively recruiting vets to waste their GI Bill there!
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Offenhauser Jan 16
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AE Duke-Benfield Feb 12
Echoing what ⁦⁩ described in ...Why student protections and quality assurance are essential—A former for-profit college executive says the Education Dept shouldn't weaken requirements concerning educational quality
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LuckyLukePhotos Aug 11
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Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab Jul 27
Hang on: lemme get this straight... These guys just came to Philly and kicked off a national tour to ensure that for-profit colleges can continue to exploit GI Bill recipients? Is that right?
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Falken Tire Feb 18
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Charlie Eaton Jun 7
Working w/ Adam Goldstein on a paper about how for-profit colleges offer the same degrees under multiple brands in order to avoid backlash from screwing consumers. Just found that Kaplan once offered health degrees under 26 separate brands at once. WTF!!!
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KICKER Jun 7
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Dion Jul 31
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