SOURCE: StockCall


May 05, 2011 09:03 ET

Equity Research on Corinthian Colleges Inc. and DeVry Inc. -- For Profit Educators Continue to Fight Regulatory Changes

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - May 5, 2011) - offers investors comprehensive research on the Education & Training Services industry and has completed analytical research on Corinthian Colleges Inc. (NASDAQ: COCO) and DeVry Inc. (NYSE: DV). Register with us today at to have free access to these researches.

For profit educators continue their efforts to withdraw the 'gainful employment' rules aimed at reforming the industry. Register now at to have free access to our reports on the Education & Training Services industry. is an online platform where investors doing their due-diligence on the Education & Training Services industry can have easy and free access to our analyst research and opinions on Corinthian Colleges Inc. and DeVry Inc.; investors and shareholders of these companies can simply register for a complimentary membership at

Currently, one rule would bar for-profit educators' potential students from receiving federal loans if fewer than 35% of former students are unable to pay back loans. This aspect is scheduled to be implemented in mid 2012. Other aspects of the regulation include banning incentive based pay for recruiters based on the number of students they enroll and requiring schools to disclose graduation and job placement rates. Visit to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future.

Several educators are already seeing drops in enrollment as a result of pre-emptive changes to their business models. Diversified educators like DeVry Inc. are faring slightly better than some of its competitors. DeVry still turned in a quarterly profit on the backing of strong performances from its graduate, nursing and Brazil schools. DeVry Inc. research report is available for free by signing up now at

Moving forward, for profit educators will likely continue their lobby efforts to block the regulatory changes. Spending on lobbying efforts exceeded $4.5 million in the first three months of the year. Among the bigger spenders were Corinthian Colleges Inc. which spent $220,000 and DeVry at $160,000. Lobbying spending is already expected to be double that seen in 2010. Corinthian Colleges Inc. research report is accessible for free by registering today at

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