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Inside Higher Ed reports that the remnants of Corinthian Colleges purchased last year by Zenith Education Group have shrunken further due to additional consolidation.

According to the news organization, Zenith is consolidating eight of the campuses of the Everest and WyoTech campuses that it purchased last year from Corinthian Colleges and is gradually closing two campuses in Florida. 

More than Z00 Zenith employees are losing their jobs and more than 100 positions at Everest Online and student financial support are being eliminated, according to Inside Higher Ed.

After this round of consolidation, Zenith will have 24 Everest campuses and three WyoTech campuses, the news organization reported.

Earlier in March, the Associated Press reported that many problems at Everest and WyoTech were persisting for students after Zenith's purchase in 2015 of parts of the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges chain. Zenith disputes the A.P. story.

 


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