The U.S. District Court​’s order is the latest turn in the faith-based nonprofit’s troubled foray into higher education, which began when it bought the college assets of the for-profit operator Education Management Corp. in late 2017 and unraveled a little over a year later. Among the institutions it acquired were the Art Institutes, a chain of for-profit colleges specializing in design disciplines, as well as Argosy and South universities.

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