Career Eduction Corporation will pay more than $10-million in a settlement with the State of New York to resolve an investigation into its misrepresentation of data about the job placements of its graduates. It is but one of numerous claims of inflated promises that have been against the multi-billion dollar for profit college industry in recent years.

The settlement was announced on Monday by New York’s attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, who is among the attorneys general of several states who are now scrutinizing Career Education and other for-profit higher-education companies.

Read about the settlement in the Chronicle of Higher Education