Inside Higher Ed, 2/22/11


Blog post by Joshua Kim that responds to an article from The Motley Fool arguing that investors should stay away from for-profit educational firms due to the risks involved. Kim concludes, "We need to understand which for-profit institutions practice honest recruiting practices, have low student loan default rates, and which benefit from mission driven and transparent leadership. We should want the market to reward for-profit institutions that 'are doing exceptionally well by their students'".

AuthorKeith Blakeman
CategoriesMedia Coverage