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Students Challenge Education Department’s Latest Scheme to Deny Student-Loan Relief | Press Release

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Project on Predatory Student Lending

Florida For-Profit Colleges Sued for Selling Predatory Product and Targeting Black Students | Press Release

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Project on Predatory Student Lending

Student Borrower Class Forces Department of Education to Process All Pending Borrower Defense Claims | Press Release

Elizabeth Warren Said She Would Start Canceling Student Loan Debt On Her First Day As President | BuzzFeed

Sen. Elizabeth Warren will start to cancel student loan debt from the first day she takes office if she’s elected president, she said Tuesday, arguing that existing law would give her administration the power to wipe out student debt — without the need to pass a broad loan forgiveness bill in Congress.

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Elizabeth Warren Says She’ll Cancel Student Loan Debt With or Without Congress’ Permission | Slate

Elizabeth Warren said on Tuesday that, if elected president, on day one in office she would direct the Department of Education to begin canceling the bulk of America’s student debt without waiting for legislation from Congress, a dramatic promise that could thrust loan forgiveness into the center of the Democratic primary’s policy debates.

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Elizabeth Warren Says She Would Eliminate Student Debt On Day One Of Her Presidency | HuffPost

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has said that she would wipe out student loan debt for a vast majority of the nation’s borrowers. On Tuesday, she unveiled a plan to do it starting day one of her presidency.

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Warren Promises to Cancel Student Loan Debt Using Executive Powers | Politico

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said Tuesday that she would take executive action to cancel most student loans, vowing to sidestep Congress to accomplish a progressive goal that faces stiff opposition from Republicans and even some moderate Democrats.

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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.

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2019: A Year of Student Victories And Holding Betsy DeVos Accountable | Update

2019 was a landmark year for student borrowers cheated by for-profit colleges. The issue captured national attention as elected officials, advocates, students, media and the general public have tuned in to injustices taking place within the for-profit college industry, at the hand of the U.S. Department of Education. We continue to be inspired by students…

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.

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Students Seek More Sanctions Against Secretary DeVos Following Disclosure of Tripled Illegal Loan Collections | Press Release

BOSTON– Former Corinthian Colleges students are asking a court to increase the monetary penalty against the Department of Education in light of the Department’s disclosure that it collected from nearly triple the 16,000 students it originally disclosed, and that originally got it held in contempt and fined $100,000. The Department’s latest report, along with additional…

My Student Loan Truth: Andrea’s Story | Blog

When the Department of Education seized Andrea’s tax refunds to pay for bogus student loan debt from Corinthian Colleges, there were devastating effects for her entire family.

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.

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