For-profit schools both praised and criticized by alumni, students

Students give high marks to for-profit colleges for small classes, caring instructors and efficient programs, according to a new report released today by the nonprofit research group Public Agenda. However, alumni were divided over whether their degree was worth the cost, with 37% saying it was, 32% saying "it really wasn't worth it," and another 30% saying "it remains to be seen."

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