EDMC, Apollo Group Face Scrutiny

August 2011
Educational Marketer;8/15/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 17, p7
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The article focuses on the investigations into the recruitment tactics of career college operators Apollo Group Inc. and Education Management Corp. (EDMC). It says that EDMC was charged of violating the Higher Education Act which bans colleges from giving incentive compensation to recruiters based on the number of students they enroll. It tells that Apollo Group was subpoenaed by the Delaware state attorney general regarding the University of Phoenix students who reside in Delaware from 2006.


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