- Kevin Carey researches highereducationmatters for a group called Education Sector. Carey has done many publications for big time newspapers such as The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. He was the Indiana State budget director, and currently teaches education policy at Johns Hopkins University.
- Carey discusses the crunching debt for-profit schools bring to their students and their practically worthless degrees in his article, “ Why Do You Think They’re Called for-Profit Colleges”.
Carey starts off by practically taking away the educational integrity of these for-profit “ higher” education organizations. He basically describes them as get rich quick sales pitches to investors, with profit mainly relying on student government funding (Carey 217). Carey is relentless on exposing the fraud for-profits carry with them. He says” Without over-sight, the combination of government subsidies and financially unsophisticated consumers guarantees outright fraud” (Carey 217). Also, Carey states that these for-profit colleges offer virtuall
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