Md. bill adds protections for students of for-profit colleges

Legislation expanding protections for students attending for-profit colleges gained final passage in the General Assembly Thursday as the state continues to deal with the fallout of the closures of ITT Technical Institutes and Corinthian Colleges. The Senate bill requires for-profit colleges to disclose to students information about the loans they take out and graduation statistics before ...

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