Certain programs around the country for kids with emotional and behavioral disorders have a history of physical mistreatment.
Accreditors enable institutions like the now-bankrupt Corinthian Colleges to continue collecting government dollars—even amid investigations of fraud.
A family that falls behind on even a small loan can find itself in a never-ending pit of payments and shame.
Federal aid may help students get to college, but a study shows they graduate at lower rates than peers.
Such institutions have notably high tuition and some of the highest student debt in the nation.
“Schools talk so much about how they’re about helping low-income students. But their words and actions are so different.”