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California AG, U.S. senators want curbs on enrollment at troubled Corinthian Colleges
California AG, U.S. senators want curbs on enrollment at troubled Corinthian Colleges

A dozen U.S. senators asked the federal government to halt new student enrollments at an ailing Santa Ana chain of more than 90 for-profit colleges accused of misleading prospective students. Calling Corinthian Colleges Inc. “one of the worst actors in the for-profit college industry,” the senators, including Barbara Boxer of San Francisco, urged the Education Department to “immediately prohibit” any new enrollments at the school. The senators and, separately, California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris pointed out that Corinthian is continuing to recruit students without disclosing the company’s dire financial situation. Corinthian had said Monday that it would sell...

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