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Diploma mills : : how for-profit colleges stiff students- taxpayers- and the American dream

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Driven by a desire to fill in the gaps in his own understanding of the roots of the dynamic, complex, and provocative industry of for-profit colleges as well as learning how a long view could contribute to policy discussions about the future of this sector of post-secondary education, Angulo presents his book on “diploma mills,” which prey on nontraditional and low-income students while acquiring disproportionate amounts of federal student aid. He offers a guide to some of the most important accounts available about the turbulent rise of for-profit colleges and universities (FPDUs) in American history and sheds new light on American social, political, and economic life. Annotation ©2016 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

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