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Wall Street Equity Research

December 07, 2010 07:53 ET

Analyst Study on Apollo Group Inc. and Corinthian Colleges Inc. -- For-Profit Educators Pushing for Easing of Proposed Regulatory Changes

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Shares of for-profit educational companies such as Apollo Group Inc. and Corinthian Colleges Inc. jumped Friday as investors anticipated an easing of the industry related regulations currently on the table. Speculation over the easing of regulations rose as Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, announced plans to meet with members of Capitol Hill. However, there is currently no guarantee that any changes will be made to the regulations currently being proposed. Investors can register today at or to download the full report on Apollo Group Inc. and Corinthian Colleges Inc. is a specialized website where investors can have specific access to complimentary reports on education & training services industry; traders looking for analysis on Apollo Group Inc., Corinthian Colleges Inc. and other players in the industry are welcomed to sign up for free at

Detractors of for-profit educational companies argue that they inadequately prepare students, burden them with too much debt and have low graduation rates because of lax admission standards. President Obama has been one of the chief proponents of passing the proposed regulatory changes. If the changes pass, for-profit educators could see significant revenue changes. Admission standards would likely be adjusted and could result in a major enrolment drop. Visit us at to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting companies in the education & training services industry.

Regulatory changes could also lead to slower debt repayment which in turn would lower profits in the short-term. An adjustment period to regulatory reforms would be a foregone conclusion, but the length of it, and its effect on long-term revenues, remains unknown.

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