Rhetorical Summary

Help for Victims of Crooked Schools, An editorial that States that some schools are charging students way more and students to take out private loans to cover expensive tuition costs by advertising bogus job prospects and career service. The author supports this claim by depriving students of the education they promise and that the students deserve. The author proceeds to show that by potential students — including veterans, single parents, and first-time higher education seekers — promising jobs and high earnings, and preying on their hopes in an effort to secure federal funds. The authors purpose is to show that schools are in it for the money and not always to help the education of students. The author establishes a tone for future college students.


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