(2011 education stocks poll updated with Strayer Education's warning of a 20% drop in student enrollment.)NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Stocks in the for-profit education sector fell 24%, on average, in 2010, even as the S&P 500
Education-providing institutions will also be required to limit student enrollment to those who have high school diplomas or can readily demonstrate their readiness for university-level education. Schools must also comply with what is called the 90:10 rule in fiscal 2012. The rule stipulates that no more than 90% of a for-profit education provider's revenue may be generated from Department of Education's federal student aid program.
BPI) and American Public Education ( APEI) -- did manage to offer investors positive returns in 2010, even if some failed to beat the S&P 500. With all this in mind, we'd like to know which for-profit postsecondary education provider you think will outperform in 2011. Click through our roundup of