Feds Propose Rules that Would Make it Easier for Students to Sue Their Schools | Market Watch
Students who believe they’ve been duped by their schools will now have an easier path to sue them if proposed rules released by the Department of Education Monday take effect.
These Controversial Student Contracts May Soon Be Banned | Market Watch
Annemarie Morgan and Tiffany Dever figured a certificate in ultrasound would be a ticket to a career in a field that was “blowing up.”
The Government Paves the Way for Students to File Class-Action Lawsuits | Market Watch
The U.S. government wants to make it easier for student loan borrowers to sue their colleges when they believe they’ve been wronged.
Little for Students in ‘Historic’ Settlement of Education Management Case | The Chronicle of Higher Education
The U.S. attorney general, Loretta E. Lynch, and the education secretary, Arne Duncan, announced the settlement of a false-claims lawsuit against the Education Management Corporation on Monday.