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For-Profit Students' Ambivalence

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“The extensive marketing that some for-profit colleges use to woo prospective students and the intense criticism voiced by some Democratic politicians have largely dominated the national discussion about the college sector. A new survey from Public Agenda seeks to insert a set of missing voices into the dialogue — those of students and alumni — and their assessment is mixed,” Inside Higher Ed reports.

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For-Profit Students' Ambivalence

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“The extensive marketing that some for-profit colleges use to woo prospective students and the intense criticism voiced by some Democratic politicians have largely dominated the national discussion about the college sector. A new survey from Public Agenda seeks to insert a set of missing voices into the dialogue — those of students and alumni — and their assessment is mixed,” Inside Higher Ed reports.

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For-Profit Students' Ambivalence

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“The extensive marketing that some for-profit colleges use to woo prospective students and the intense criticism voiced by some Democratic politicians have largely dominated the national discussion about the college sector. A new survey from Public Agenda seeks to insert a set of missing voices into the dialogue — those of students and alumni — and their assessment is mixed,” Inside Higher Ed reports.

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