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After Lying On Job Placement, Corinthian Evaporates, Leaving Students Beached

For-profit college provider Corinthian Colleges said Sunday it had ceased nearly all operations and had stopped instruction at its remaining 28 physical campuses. Heald College system, including 10 locations in California, one in Oregon, and one in Hawaii, as well as other campuses under the Everest or WyoTech names in California, Arizona and New York are all gone. The Santa Ana, Calif.-based company said it is working to provide continuing educational opportunities for its 16,000 students. The DOE had found hundreds of cases of misrepresentation of job placement rates to current and prospective students. 

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