Chronicle of Higher Education, 4/181/11


Commentary by Frank Donoghue on the use of entrance exams by private-sector colleges and universities. His main conclusion: "I think it’s fair to ask whether many of the students enrolled in for-profit colleges are qualified to be in college. If the bar is set low enough, virtually anyone can enroll. That’s a problem in and of itself."

AuthorKeith Blakeman
CategoriesMedia Coverage