Let’s hope full-service restaurants don’t get caught in the crossfire of the federal crackdown on for-profit colleges that includes private culinary schools. These institutions are an irreplaceable source of well-trained, motivated and, dare we say it, low-cost employees. New federal rules are on the way, but let’s hope the pending settlement of a class-action lawsuit against California Culinary Academy is the end of it. How valuable is it to have a for-profit culinary ...

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