John Lauerman

Bloomberg News

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Higher education reporter for Bloomberg News and co-author of a series on private for-profit colleges that won a George Polk Award and was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize

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The start of the fall semester is the time when sexual assaults are most common on the campuses of colleges and universities.

Campus Sexual Assault Gets Attention of White House, Activists

The start of the fall semester is the time when sexual assaults are most common on the campuses of colleges and universities.

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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.

Regulating For-Profit Colleges

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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