The national ad campaign by for-profit higher education provider Corinthian Colleges Inc. seeks to draw decision-makers and the broader public into a long-simmering debate over whether the federal government should tighten regulations on colleges that operate for profit, the Washington Post reports. The Obama administration has proposed 14 rules to overhaul the for-profit sector. The most contentious proposal requires programs to demonstrate that they yield "gainful employment" for their graduates and restricts or eliminates federal loan funds to programs that do not. The industry's practices have been under particular scrutiny since the Government Accountability Office reported last month that recruiters...
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