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Backlash builds as for-profit schools rake in GI Bill funds

Critics warn that some for-profit schools mislead veterans, who use their taxpayer-funded GI Bill money on hugely expensive educations with bleak job prospects.

By David Zucchino and Carla Rivera, Los Angeles Times

July 16, 2012, 5:00 a.m.
WASHINGTON — After Moses Maddox left the Marine Corps in 2006, he took a sales job with the for-profit University of Phoenix, making up to 100 calls a day to persuade veterans to enroll using their GI Bill benefits.

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