DeVos, DOE Sued for Borrower Defense Ruling Again | Holland Sentinel
Another group has filed a lawsuit against U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos for the Department of Education’s reversal of an Obama-era borrower defense rule. The Project on Predatory Student Lending and Public Citizen Litigation Group (PPSL) is suing the DOE in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, the group announced in a press release on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Lawsuit: Department of Education is Making it ‘Nearly Impossible’ for Defrauded Students to Cancel Their Student Loans | Market Watch
A lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges that new Department of Education rules, set to take effect in July, will make it more difficult for scammed students to write off their student loans.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Faces Another Lawsuit for Overturning an Obama-Era Rule | Yahoo Finance
A group of consumer advocates filed a lawsuit against the Department of Education (ED) for revising an Obama-era rule that was designed to protect students who were defrauded by predatory schools.
Education Advocacy Group Sues DeVos Over Student Loan Protection Rule | Law.com
A New York public interest group on Wednesday sued U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in Manhattan federal court over a new rule that rolls back Obama-era protections for students who claim they were defrauded by colleges or universities. The lawsuit, filed by the Project on Predatory Student Lending and Public Citizen Litigation Group on behalf of the New York Legal Assistance Group, aims to invalidate borrower defense regulations that would impose new requirements and procedural hurdles for students looking to cancel fraudulent loan obligations.
The New York Legal Assistance Group Plans to File a Lawsuit Blocking DeVos’ “Borrower Defense” Rule | Politico’s Morning Education
The group, which provides free legal help to low-income individuals, expects to file the lawsuit this morning in federal court in the Southern District of New York. NYLAG is represented by Harvard Law School’s Project on Predatory Student Lending and Public Citizen Litigation Group, both of which successfully challenged DeVos’ efforts to delay the Obama-era “borrower defense” policy, forcing the 2016 rule to take effect.
Student Advocates Again Challenge DeVos in Court For Trashing Obama-Era Rules | Republic Report
Trump education secretary Betsy DeVos has trashed two key rules that the Department of Education, during the Obama administration, painstakingly developed to discourage for-profit colleges from deceiving and abusing their own students. With a new lawsuit filed today, advocates for students are now in court fighting to cancel both of the DeVos anti-rules and keep the previous Department regulations in place.
DeVos and Education Dept. could face new sanctions for violating a court order | The Washington Post
A federal judge is weighing higher fines for the Education Department after the federal agency disclosed that it pursued scores of additional borrowers for debt collection — violating a court order.
Corinthian Colleges Students Want Education Dept. to Face Additional Sanctions for Violating a Court Order | Washington Post
Former Corinthian Colleges students are asking a federal judge to impose higher fines against the Education Department after the agency disclosed it pursued scores of additional borrowers for debt collection in violation of a court order.
Betsy DeVos: Income to Decide Education Loan Fraud Forgiveness | Ask the Truth
Overburdened by education loan is a common narrative associated with almost every other student in the US, but what seems tough, is about to get tougher. As per the new plan unveiled by the US Education Department, students who are cheated by their colleges will receive full loan forgiveness, only if they end up earning far less than their peers.
Betsy DeVos Forced Students Defrauded by For-Profit Colleges to Repay Loans | Truthout
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos overruled career staff at the department’s Borrower Defense Unit, deciding to force student borrowers to partially pay back their loans even though they had been defrauded by for-profit colleges, according to documents obtained by NPR.