December 13, 2012
In Wisconsin, Approval of For-Profit Colleges May Depend on Student Outcomes
The state agency in Wisconsin that oversees for-profit colleges is considering a proposal that would require those institutions to meet certain performance standards—much like a controversial federal rule—in order to be allowed to operate in the state.
Under the proposed regulation, which is rare at the state level, a college would have to ensure that at least 60 percent of its students complete their studies within a certain time frame and that 60 percent of graduates get
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