Judge Orders Betsy DeVos to Cancel 7,200 Scammed Borrowers’ Student Loans | MarketWatch
Borrower-Defense Veto Override Fails | Inside Higher Ed
DeVos Tries Everything to Force Deceived Students to Repay Loans | Republic Report
Federal Judge Orders DeVos To Cancel Student Loans For 7,200 Defrauded Students | Forbes
Federal Judge Orders Department of Education to Cancel Loans for 7,200 Students | Boston Globe
Scammed Borrowers Sue Betsy DeVos, Alleging She Illegally Limited Student-Loan Cancellation | Market Watch
Students who’ve been scammed by their schools are being illegally cheated again — this time out of the loan cancellation that they’re entitled to, a new lawsuit alleges. A group of student-loan borrowers filed a class-action lawsuit Tuesday accusing Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and her department of illegally limiting the amount of relief student-loan borrowers who were misled by their schools receive.
Student Loan Borrowers Sue DeVos To Overturn Loan Forgiveness Rule | Forbes
Student loan borrowers have filed a new lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. The lawsuit concerns the Borrower Defense to Repayment program. This loan forgiveness program was originally enacted by the Obama administration to provide student debt relief to students who were misled, defrauded, or otherwise harmed by predatory colleges and universities.
Education Secretary DeVos Sued Over Rule Related to For-Profit College Fraud | Yahoo Finance
The Department of Education (ED) changed its rules on how students defrauded by for-profit colleges seek debt relief, leading to lawsuits and a political fight to return the rule to its Obama-era form and a veto from President Trump in support of the change. Now consumer advocates are suing over related, lesser known Trump administration student debt rule change in another attempt to obtain more relief for defrauded students.
Betsy DeVos To Be Sued Over Partial Debt Forgiveness Policy | Forbes
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is being sued again. This time for her new partial debt forgiveness policy under the “borrower defense to repayment” rule. DeVos announced the new policy last year, providing for a way for borrowers who were defrauded by their school to get only a portion of their loans cancelled.