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A new survey of for-profit school students, alumni and employers gives the schools mixed results, with about a third of alumni rating their programs to be "well worth it."  The survey conducted by Public Agenda and financed by the Kresge Foundation finds that only thirty-seven percent of the alumni described their degrees as "well worth it," with thirty-two percent stating they "weren't really worth it" and another thirty percent stating it remains to be seen.
 


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