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DENVER (AP) -- Two for-profit colleges whose recruiting tactics were singled out in a scathing undercover government investigation are pledging to stop using enrollment targets as a factor in paying admissions representatives.
Denver-based Westwood College has begun paying admissions officials a fixed salary, part of a series of reforms adopted shortly after the report's airing last week. Industry giant Apollo Group Inc.'s University of Phoenix earlier announced plans to do away with using admissions targets in paying recruiters.
Last month, at a Senate hearing, the Government Accountability Office detailed how investigators posing as prospective students found deceptive and in some cases possibly illegal actions at …