Former deans file suits against Globe University

Two former deans believe they were fired for complaining about misleading practices at the for-profit college. They allege the school paid commissions to recruiters and failed to provide enough training opportunities for students.
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Two former deans believe they were fired for complaining about misleading practices at the for-profit college. They allege the school paid commissions to recruiters and failed to provide enough training opportunities for students.

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