Md. for-profit school rules advance after provisions stripped out

Legislation regulating for-profit colleges in Maryland has passed both chambers of the General Assembly, but with amendments that supporters say gut the heart of one of the bills. One bill would require schools to make disclosures about student outcomes, and the other would define what is a for-profit college and what is a nonprofit college. Both ...

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