The Education Exchange: When For-Profit Colleges Lose Access to Federal Aid



By 05/14/2018

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The Trump administration may undo regulations that punish for-profit colleges if their graduates are unable to earn enough money to repay their student loans.

In this episode, Paul Peterson is joined by the authors of a new study that examines the impact on student enrollment in for-profit colleges and community colleges when the federal government cracks down on for-profit colleges with high rates of students defaulting on their loans.

Stephanie R. Cellini and Lesley J. Turner, who are guests on the podcast, are the authors of “Where Do Students Go when For-Profit Colleges Lose Federal Aid?,” along with Rajeev Darolia.

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