Holly Petraeus: For-Profit Colleges Misleading Soldiers
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Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 4:00 AM
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For-profit colleges have been under fire for graduates' high loan default rates. Now the industry is accused of targeting members of the military with aggressive and often misleading marketing. David Greene talks with Holly Petraeus, director of service member affairs at the Consumer Financial Protection Agency and the wife of General David Petraeus, who recently wrote about the issue in The New York Times.



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