Shares of for-profit educators are hammered after Apollo (APOL -12%) lowers estimates for Q2...


Shares of for-profit educators are hammered after Apollo (APOL -12%) lowers estimates for Q2 enrollment and operating profit range. CECO -10.2%, EDMC -6%, ESI -5.8%, LOPE -3.9%, APEI -2.9%, DV -2.7%, CPLA -2.2%, COCO -1.2%, STRA -1%LINC -1%.

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  • Gary Jakacky
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    As long as these companies charge the 30 students in each class 3000 each, yet pay the adjunct professor a total of $1500 for 3 months of online hell (and even that only after the grades are fully subbmitted), their pathetic performance will come home to roost. Colleges in the USA (public, private, and profit) are not educational institutions, they are student loan delivery devices.
    28 Feb 2012, 11:03 AM Reply Like
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