The Atlantic, 9/6/11


Link to a commentary by Andrew P. Kelly, a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, that argues that for-profit colleges could "become the IBM of higher education." He argues that the for-profit companies could leverage what they have learned about growing enrollment, providing courses convenient for working adults, and getting students through two-year programs into a consulting practice to support more traditional schools. This innovative business model may not draw as much political attention. 

AuthorKeith Blakeman
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