At a Senate hearing Wednesday, government investigators released evidence that some for-profit colleges encouraged students to falsify financial aid documents.
For-profit colleges have come under government scrutiny for alleged practices driven more by profit margins than by educational goals. A Senate committee held a hearing on the issue Thursday.
Innovative collaborations between schools, workforce developers, and industry are helping to educate adult workers for the new jobs communities need.
Used-car dealers, small manufacturers feel credit squeeze as states and cities postpone projects.
Almost half of college students fail to collect all of the federal loans – fixed at 6.8 percent – that they are eligible to receive.