Student advocates claim they're more profitable than selling Fords. But their numbers rely on some extremely suspect accounting.
The public supports higher pay for teachers, but not at the expense of less accountability
For-profit colleges didn't invent higher education lobbying. They simply learned from the best: America's beloved public and nonprofit universities.
Why isn't there a Consumer Reports, Zillow, or Kelley Blue Book for colleges?
College costs are rising faster than even health costs, and reformers from left and right seek cost-cutting ideas. Here's one: Turn for-profit schools into an IMB for education.