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About three million Americans attending private and for profit -- -- Many our veterans minority students are older students.
Trying to get career training to get hired for the governor wants a tight in the federal funding -- that stricter regulations.
Steve Gunderson CEO of the association of private sector colleges and universities.
Steve tell us right up front what are the regulations -- -- government wants to impose to make it harder for these kids.
Below their two regulations that are real problem for students getting the education and the skills they need to get a job one is called nine -- -- which says it 8% of your students are gone for 90% of your revenue comes from student financial aid -- something wrong in your school won't guess what.
If you're unemployed you're eligible for student financial aid so what we would have to do is make sure that we take 5101520%.
Of those students -- say you can't come to school because we gotta meet this federal regulation.
There's another one which is known as gain full employment which is going through the process right now which says if -- entry level salary.
Doesn't reach a certain level.
All of a sudden -- it's not a good education you can go to that school.
Well -- entry level salaries his lifetime earnings that you get from skills that they give the student the ability to get the education get the skills get the job get the middle.
Question come that they want so those are good examples.
Of the problems we are facing what we're trying to.
Provide certificates associate degrees basic skills that get these people into the workforce.
-- isn't part of the problem though that -- reputation of these schools a soap warming we see -- stocks getting clobbered these days.
We're not getting the word -- -- on how these schools are actually really helping.
Veterans immigrants people who need flexible work schedules maybe maybe it's time to start using analytics to -- guide the decision making process.
As -- as a consistently coming down on them in trying to cut these kids out.
-- video you're exactly right and what I keep telling everybody is if you've got a school that is engaged in inappropriate conduct.
Go after that school right now got state license you're you've got federal regulations.
You've got a credit -- -- go after that school but this sector.
By designing and delivering programs that are compact in the academic delivery flexible in their schedules are exactly what that adult worker coming back to school needs.
Right and veterans included and in many veterans -- will -- We can't sit in -- classroom we cannot be in a brick and mortar classroom anymore.
But it is not -- used to these universities are necessary for us so what do you want to see the federal government do then.
What we want the federal government to do is focus on the outcome in the outcome ought to be.
Getting the skills that gives people the opportunity to get jobs and incomes.
If you that's the focus that all of a sudden we ought to be partners and how we designed in don't deliver.
The delivery system that wouldn't make that happen but right now we are busy complying with all these regulations and we're missing the whole purpose of our education.
Yeah Steve Anderson thanks for bringing this -- -- I think it's real.