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After spending much of the past year locked at a subpar two-star rank, enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on ITT Educational Services
As the recession has hammered away at corporate earnings, pink slips have been raining down and companies such as Electronic Arts
Research from The Associated Press recently found that for-profit colleges have benefited greatly from the increased money that the U.S. government is spending on college aid. Similar to the growing enrollment at larger peer Apollo Group
Many CAPS members expect ITT's momentum to continue, even if an economic recovery takes hold. Certainly, not all of corporate America is sending employees back to school -- companies like IBM
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