Shares of for-profit schools plunge

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Shares of Minneapolis-based online university Capella Education Co. and other for-profit education companies around the country tumbled Monday after the government released data showing many of their students aren't repaying school loans, endangering their ability to receive federal financial aid. Full Story

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Aug 17, 2010
I cannot think of anybody who takes these schools seriously anyway. Now, if only we could spread that perception to the "real" schools, the ones also set up to systematically dumb down and impoverish the populace.

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