Harris Miller

Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities

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President and CEO of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities, a trade group that represents for-profit colleges

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Across the country, public community colleges are inundated with applicants, but filled to capacity at a time when the public sector is cutting back.

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Across the country, public community colleges are inundated with applicants, but filled to capacity at a time when the public sector is cutting back.

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