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While not explicitly about business schools, this article on CNN/Money.com is a must read. Could educational insitutions really become accountable

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for the chances their students have of succeeding? Why shouldn’t schools be evaluated like any similar expense. It would make sense for one of the major school reports to factor in return on investment (ROI). It’s not far fetched to think that students would be attracted to a school that maintained a high ROI.


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