For-Profit Colleges Stole Our Past 10 Years. But Trump Has the Chance to Make it Right. | USA Today
DeVos Backs Down, Agrees To Process Student Loan Forgiveness Applications | Forbes
Education Department to Resolve Borrower-Defense Case | Inside Higher Ed
DeVos Reaches Settlement Over Stalled Student Debt Relief Claims | Washington Post
DeVos Settles Suit Over Debt Relief for Defrauded Students | Courthouse News Service
DeVos Reaches Settlement in Lawsuit Over Loan Relief Program | Associated Press
Student Loan Borrowers Sue Betsy DeVos – Again | Forbes
Student loan borrowers have filed yet another lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over the Borrower Defense to Repayment program. Borrower Defense to Repayment was established in 2016 by the Obama administration. The program was created in the wake of the collapse of major for-profit colleges to provide student loan forgiveness for borrowers who were defrauded by their schools.
Scott Calls on DeVos to Testify About Stalled ‘Borrower Defense’ Claims after Judge’s Contempt Finding | Politico Pro
The chairman of the House education committee wants Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to testify about pending loan forgiveness claims by former Corinthian Colleges students after a federal judge last week held her in contempt and imposed a $100,000 fine for improperly collecting some of those loans.
Backlog of student loan fraud claims tops 210K, with processing stalled | Politico Pro
The number of federal student loan borrowers who are waiting for the Education Department to make a decision on their application for loan forgiveness based on alleged fraud by their college now exceeds 200,000 borrowers, according to new federal data released today.