Jeremy Dehn who teaches film and video production at the University of Denver, the for-profit Art Institute of Colorado and the University of Colorado at Denver calls for cracking down on for-profits and investing in two-year colleges. He writes in a New York Times opinion piece:
Of course we should crack down on for-profit colleges that exploit students and taxpayers. Education should lead students out of poverty, not into it. But that’s not enough. We need to quit subsidizing for-profit colleges, and instead devote our resources to expanding and improving the system of state and community colleges that work more effectively for a small fraction of the cost.
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