Qui tam suits against for-profit colleges

by Walter Olson on September 15, 2011

The WSJ editors wonder to what extent the feds, who have been pursuing a campaign lately to bring the colleges to heel, are coordinating with the private False Claims Act bar. Meanwhile, Rogier at Nobody’s Business spots some ironies in the Justice Department’s suit against Education Management Corp.: “pushing low- to medium-value degrees is something that law schools — including some of the best in the country — do habitually, every day. All of higher education does, with no exceptions I’m aware of.”

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1 Mike 09.15.11 at 11:28 pm

Except the law degree actually has a use somewhere in government if anything, meanwhile the art degrees EDMC is flooding the market with are just debt and broken dreams.

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