One year after the sudden closing of American Career Institute, Massachusetts is considering reforms that seek to reduce deceptive practices and require greater accountability from for-profit colleges.  As reported by, the state is considering regulations sought by Attorney General Martha Coakley would "would prohibit for-profit schools from aggressive sale tactics, such as repeated solicitations through phone calls and text messages, and require them to disclose their tuition and fees, placement statistics, and graduation rates in their advertising."  
ACI closed without learning in early 2013 in Springfield, Cambridge, Braintree, Framingham and Woburn. 


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