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HedgeClippers reviewed the poverty rates and food stamp use for the 50 top markets where CarHop targets low-income and working class Americans are targeted for predatory car sales and loans, including Minnesota communities like Minneapolis, St. Cloud and Duluth.
We also reviewed the poverty rate and food stamp use of the communities where CarHop CEO Eric Fosse and CarHop owner and Alpine Investments boss Graham Weaver have chosen million-dollar waterfront mansions: Lakeview, Texas and Corte Madera, California.
In Minnesota, CarHop targets several communities in Minneapolis, Duluth and St. Cloud where one in five residents lives below the poverty line (about $19,000 a year for a single parent with two children).
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There are many unanswered questions about the unprecedented sale of Kaplan University, a for-profit institution with several online programs but falling enrollments, to Purdue University, one of the top public universities in the nation.
Graham: A Purdue board of trustees will run this university, yet to be named. There will be one member of the Kaplan University board of trustees who will join them, but the academic faculty will all become Purdue people, and I presume Purdue will want to add courses and programs which we could never have. So this could become a really great institution.
You asked about when Graham Holdings shareholders might be rewarded. The only way we would be rewarded, the only way we would get a growing stream of revenue, would be if Purdue continued over the years to add students. In other words if the university became a big success under Purdue's leadership, we'll be part of that success. But we will not be a participant in any profits. We're out of the for-profit education business here. We will be paid for our services, and the profits if any will go to Purdue, and hopefully back into the whole educational system.
Why did Purdue not start an online university of its own? You have to figure out, "How do we attract students in a world where if you Google online education or online bachelor's degrees, there's a lot of people out there?"
At most universities as you know, dropout rates in the first term are enormous. So that program cost us over five or six years about $175 million. And I am immensely proud of that. I didn't do that, the Kaplan people did it to make clear that as part of running this university, we went many extra miles to make sure that students were where they wanted to be. But running an online university means doing everything a university does. A faculty selected by Purdue board of trustees will now take over the academic part. But as you know there's a lot more to running a university and teaching the courses.
I read accounts which stressed that the faculty senate was bothered that they felt they had not been fully informed or consulted before the deal was arranged, and obviously president Daniels expressed himself on that. I do not pretend to be an expert on the sentiments of the Purdue faculty senate.
I suppose that's conceivable, but I will guarantee you there's not any plan on any scrap of paper in Graham Holdings or at Kaplan to do that. The job of helping Purdue is going to be our job for the foreseeable future. If way down the road it turns out this is a great arrangement and the university flourishes, I suppose we could turn to that, but that is not in anyone's current plans at Kaplan or Graham Holdings, I promise you. We're focused.
Kaplan University's enrollment was falling, and the for-profit university sector as a whole has been under immense public scrutiny and government scrutiny over the last several years. And I think some people look at this deal and wonder, was there something bad about to happen with Kaplan U that made you need to unload it?
No. There has been eight years of unbroken controversy about for profit colleges, and we have been strongly on one side of that debate. The debate started when president Obama became president, started when Arne Duncan was Secretary of Education. Each of them, whenever they talked about this issue they were careful to say that there are for profits that do a good job but they were interested in regulating and limiting the bad actors. And we feel that we were one of the for-profit educators whose outcomes were the best. We're certainly not the only one that can claim very good outcomes. The debate is about how well do these universities serve students? And I would respectfully say we serve them pretty well.
It would have been Andy Rosen, not me, who was talking to anybody that was interested. But I think Purdue is one of the top universities in the United States, and that alone made this a unique arrangement. And again, as I've said before, if Graham Holding gets anything out of this, if Kaplan gets anything out of this, it can only be because the university succeeds. It can only succeed if students say, "This is a good place, I want to go there," and they get results and their friends ask them about it and they say, "Yeah, that was a good place, I really like it." Word of mouth is everything.
You were here at the ASU+GSV Summit talking about the organization you co-founded called, TheDream.US that gives scholarships to undocumented college students in the U.S. Tell us a bit about that?
I got to know a little more about undocumented kids starting to school and found how impossibly frustrating their situation is. I met a particular young woman who was the salutatorian of a good Washington public high school. She could not get a Pell Grant, could not borrow a cent, could get any Federal or State aid of any kind because she was undocumented. I can't remember when she came to this country, but the average student came here when they were six years old.
The politics around immigration seems to be changing now that Donald Trump took office. How concerned are you about that, and is there anything your organization is doing on the political front?
I'm proud of what the Washington Post is doing. I can do a lot, but I'm never going to be the technology expert that Jeff Bezos is. There's no question about that, and that is not the only problem in newspapers. Jeff is a businessman, not a magician. And if you asked him, "Have you solved the problem of news for the future," his answer would be no I think, but you should ask him. And you have to be impressed by the approach he's taken.
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Basic Park InformationFEES - There is a vehicle day-use fee for the day-use area and the campground: Regular sized autos ($10), seniors age 62 or older ($9), bus parking 10-24 passengers ($50), and bus parking for 25+ passengers ($100). 041b061a72