Business

A costly lesson at for-profit training schools

As graduates leave for-profit trade schools with plenty of debt but not enough skills to get hired, attorneys general are taking a closer look

A look at the numbers

According to a US Senate report issued last year, 15 publicly traded companies operating for-profit colleges received 86% of their revenue from federal dollars in 2009.

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