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Editorial: Tightening rules on for-profit colleges

Yesterday, The Washington Post penned an editorial against the U.S. Department of Education's proposed gainful employment regulation. In the article, the Post makes the argument that if this regulation goes into effect, it would cut off financial aid to career-focused programs and be more difficult for poor Americans to earn a secondary degree.

Read the full editorial in The Washington Post.

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