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White Plains Education Company Verdict Tops News This Week

A White Plains for-profit college will pay $10.25 million in restitution and penalties after it inflated its job placement rate, according to New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (pictured).
A White Plains for-profit college will pay $10.25 million in restitution and penalties after it inflated its job placement rate, according to New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (pictured). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Attorney General's Office

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Career Education Corporation, a White Plains for-profit education company's, order to pay restitution and penalties after it was revealed the company significantly inflated its graduates’ job placement rates topped White Plains this week.

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