Have you heard anything about potential Graham layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Purdue Global owes Kaplan $127M, but they have the money to sponsor Purdue basketball. https://www.sec.gov/ix?doc=/Archives/edgar/data/104889/000010488923000064/ghc-20230930.htm... — read more
120, to be precise.
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Do you think there will be Graham layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
How can Purdue Global lose money, with almost no educational costs? https://www.thelayoff.com/t/1edCR7WH https://www.highereducationinquirer.org/2019/12/the-higher-education-assembly-line.html
This Graham Holdings Company-Purdue Global situation really is a racket. Purdue still owes Kaplan $113 million but GHC can write it off their taxes. The US government has to pay for this mess, first with the CARES Act and American Rescue Plan... — read more
Is Kaplan Higher Ed still viable? https://www.purdue.edu/business/account/pdf/508_FY20-Financial-Report-Final.pdf
Perhaps the worst form of Edugrift. Does GHC have to be this way?
The Forbes analysis of the Kaplan Purdue Global deal is not flattering.
"Recently, I visited the chat that Purdue University Global uses to enroll students, and what I found was extremely disturbing. Not only did they use the Purdue University history, but also its world-class reputation to sell the school. One... — read more
"The school that systematically misleads students or enrolls those who don't have the capability of succeeding is unlikely to last long. I will have a difficult time making money, and it will build problematic word of mouth in the community in which... — read more
GHC's unholy alliance with the former Governor of Indiana... https://www.thelayoff.com/t/YJxgqGh
So, who is on the hook for this disaster? https://www.purdue.edu/business/account/pdf/508_FY18-Comprehensive-Final.pdf
FYI: Kaplan Education is part of Graham Holdings. And Purdue University Global is serviced by Kaplan Education. In fact, Purdue University was formerly known as Kaplan University. Kaplan's other colleges were sold to Education Corporation of America... — read more
"Meehan revealed the news with a bold promise that the system will aim to compete with nationally successful online education brands like Southern New Hampshire University, Penn State World Campus, Purdue University Global and the University of... — read more
As the subprime college crash continues, some of the most interesting pages to watch are: Dream Center Education Holdings and the Art Institutes, University of Phoenix, DeVry University, Graham Holdings and Kaplan University, Laureate Education and... — read more
Panned off the dregs to ECA. https://www.thelayoff.com/t/WvJYeoG
Seems more like a miscarriage...of justice.
'“We are excited to welcome a true higher education thought leader. Brandon will drive Kaplan’s efforts to help American universities develop new approaches to generating revenue, diversifying their student populations, establishing a strong... — read more
What's with a Purdue Global sign on the space station? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADvDhkcE9Rs
No wonder the Higher Learning Commission looks the other way... https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/higher-learning-commission-accreditation-sign-quality-dahn-shaulis/
"A liberal Washington think tank that used a public records request to pursue details about Purdue University Global has released details of a “policy guide” that reveal an unusual demand: the new public university forces students to arbitrate “all... — read more
Washington, DC— Last March Indiana’s Purdue University purchased the for-profit online institution Kaplan University despite the strenuous objections of Purdue faculty and other citizens who opposed merging a public land-grant university with the... — read more
What's with PUG advertising Purdue University Global as "world-class education"? Isn't this just asking for a huge federal investigation, like what DeVry faced?
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The U.S. Education Department wants Purdue University to absorb the debts and liabilities of Kaplan University as a condition for approving the state school’s controversial purchase of the for-profit college, a request that critics say could place... — read more
I'm looking for whistleblowers who can tell us how veterans are treated at Kaplan.
Purdue takes much of the risk while giving a steady stream of income to GHC. This is just the beginning of "creative destruction" in higher education. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/creative-destruction-higher-ed-accelerate-under-trump-dahn-shaulis
How will the Trump administration affect Graham Holdings? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/educational-corruption-devos-devolution-dahn-shaulis?published=u
Kaplan would be a zombie college without GHC. And with less money, cuts have to come from somewhere. http://www.talkingnewmedia.com/2016/08/03/kaplan-higher-education-revenue-declines-impact-graham-holdings-q2-earnings-results/#comment-3313
Layoffs never stop, the whole sector is in turmoil
I see a lot of activity on the Appolo Group side, I would imagine that Kaplan is causing the same kind of problems as University of Phoenix does