Wall Street Profits or Student Opportunity?
Wall Street is raking in about $44 billion in profits every year from higher education. Students are struggling with rising tuition and skyrocketing student loan debt. Colleges, communities and taxpayers are on the hook for interest payments on loans taken on by colleges. And for-profit institutions divert funds from education programs to shareholder profits.
Posted on 2 June 2014
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