“Federal Lawsuit Accuses For-Profit Schools of Fraud”

This front-page article by Richard Pérez-Peña in yesterday’s Times has such a socko opening sentence, you’re pulled right into the entire story:

LINWOOD, N.J. — It was the electronic monitor around a student’s ankle that first gave Kelli J. Amaya serious doubts about the Harris School of Business.

 

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