In this June 30, 2009, photo, Larry Wostenberg teaches an engine management systems class at the WyoTech technical school, which was operated by Corinthian Colleges Inc., at its campus in Laramie, Wyo. Federal education officials are deciding whether to shut down the nation’s biggest accreditor of for-profit colleges over allegations that it overlooked deception by its schools. In the Sacramento region, the decision could affect more than 1,200 local students attending ITT Technical Institute in Rancho Cordova, Cambridge Junior College based in Yuba City and Brightwood College in North Highlands.
In this June 30, 2009, photo, Larry Wostenberg teaches an engine management systems class at the WyoTech technical school, which was operated by Corinthian Colleges Inc., at its campus in Laramie, Wyo. Federal education officials are deciding whether to shut down the nation’s biggest accreditor of for-profit colleges over allegations that it overlooked deception by its schools. In the Sacramento region, the decision could affect more than 1,200 local students attending ITT Technical Institute in Rancho Cordova, Cambridge Junior College based in Yuba City and Brightwood College in North Highlands. Mead Gruver Associated Press file
In this June 30, 2009, photo, Larry Wostenberg teaches an engine management systems class at the WyoTech technical school, which was operated by Corinthian Colleges Inc., at its campus in Laramie, Wyo. Federal education officials are deciding whether to shut down the nation’s biggest accreditor of for-profit colleges over allegations that it overlooked deception by its schools. In the Sacramento region, the decision could affect more than 1,200 local students attending ITT Technical Institute in Rancho Cordova, Cambridge Junior College based in Yuba City and Brightwood College in North Highlands. Mead Gruver Associated Press file

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