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Apollo May Be The Government's Next Victim In Its Aggressive Oversight Of Financial Aid Recipients

Forget for just a moment that Apollo Education Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:APOL) is contracting; student enrollment, revenue, and net income are all down substantially from years past. Focus solely on the Obama administration's war on for-profit education and analyze Apollo's performance from an education perspective.

Then consider that on August 4th, the Department of Education will begin a review of the University of Phoenix's administration of federal financial aid programs. The review is magnified in importance by the fact that Apollo collects more Pell grants than any college in the country.

Based on the company's poor educational performance, large enrollment, and name recognition, it is fair to question whether Apollo is the Department of Education's top target in the...

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