Warning; College May Be Harmful to Your Financial Health

Greenfield, Stanley
June 2006
American Chiropractor;Jun2006, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p24
The article suggests ways for the chiropractic colleges to correct some of the problems associated with the cost of education in the United States. The schools should incorporate more in the area of managing a professional practice. It is important for colleges to change their attitudes toward their students. They need their support, donations to survive and the future students they can refer.


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