For profit vs. community colleges?

The Harvard Crimson last month wrote an editorial examining how for-profit colleges are hurting America — through student loans, they collect enormous amounts of taxpayer money, and often reward graduates with a poor education.  Plus, many for-profits rely on fraudulent recruiting practices.

Meanwhile, community colleges offer similar, and often better educational programs at a fraction of the cost.  How can this situation be fixed?

On a related note, Ryan Normandin wrote a column last Wednesday explaining how student debt is unsustainable.

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