Cover: Too Big Too Fast
For three decades, Russell Tershy and Anthony Soto's Center for Employment Training got people off welfare and into good jobs. But when CET tried to go national, its growing pains left students wondering what happened to the financial aid they were promised. Then the feds wanted to know where all the grants were going. Now, Soto is dead, Tershy has resigned and government auditors are demanding a full accounting.
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