In the first half of 2013, colleges and universities placed a robust $570.5 million worth of paid advertising in the U.S.*. Higher ed investment in advertising has been climbing since the recession bottomed out several years ago.
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The for-profit college industry has managed to weaken the rule, but today more than 51 different groups — including advocates for consumers, veterans, and students — asked the President to help prevent this rule from becoming toothless.
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