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DeVos and Education Dept. could face new sanctions for violating a court order | The Washington Post
Project on Predatory Student Lending
Student Advocates Challenge DeVos’ Borrower Defense Rule | Press Release
2019: A Year of Student Victories And Holding Betsy DeVos Accountable | Update
These Students are Suing Their For-Profit School | Vice
For-profit colleges and universities have received increased scrutiny in recent years for their part in helping to drive up the level of U.S. student debt, which now tops $1.3 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Big Holdup for Borrowers Claiming For-Profit College Fraud | Associated Press
Tens of thousands of former students who say they were swindled by for-profit colleges are being left in limbo as the Trump administration delays action on requests for loan forgiveness, according to court documents obtained by The Associated Press.
Update | LSC’s Project on Predatory Student Lending and Public Citizen Sue to Stop Education Department’s Illegal Regulatory Delay
The U.S. Department of Education broke the law when it announced a delay of a rule designed to protect students defrauded by predatory for-profit colleges and career training programs, two borrowers said in a lawsuit filed today in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Lawsuits Accuse Feds of Illegally Delaying Obama-Era Student Loan Rules | MarketWatch
Students who have been cheated by their schools are suffering thanks to the Department of Education’s delay in implementing Obama-era regulations aimed at making students whole when they’ve been misled by their schools, a pair of lawsuits filed Thursday by 19 attorneys general and two former for-profit college students claim.
18 States, Consumer Groups Sue DeVos Over Delay of Student Loan Protections | Politico
Eighteen states and the District of Columbia filed suit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday over her delay of regulations meant to protect federal student loan borrowers defrauded by their schools.
Attorneys General Sue DeVos Over Delay of Rule to Protect Students from Predatory Colleges | The Washington Post
A group of 19 state attorneys general is suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for delaying an overhaul of rules to erase the federal student debt of borrowers defrauded by colleges.
18 States Are Suing Betsy DeVos Over For-Profit College Rules | BuzzFeed
Eighteen states and the District of Columbia are suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the Education Department over DeVos’s decision to roll back rules designed to help students who have been defrauded by their colleges.
Promised College Loan Forgiveness, Borrowers Wait and Wait | Associated Press
Danielle Ramos’ student-debt nightmare was supposed to be over. Like thousands of others who studied at failed for-profit colleges, she was promised by the U.S. Education Department under President Barack Obama that her federal loans would be forgiven by now. But as the weeks tick by with no reprieve, the 30-year-old college student fears the financial burden will force and her 4-year-old son to move back with her parents.
New Marching Orders for Civil Rights Probes | Politico
The Trump administration sent the clearest signal yet that it will take a different approach on Title IX enforcement when it issued a memo this month telling civil rights investigators to investigate only specific allegations in complaints — rather than take the systemic approach favored by the Obama administration.
Former For-Profit Students Intervene in Borrower-Defense Lawsuit | Inside Higher ED
Two former students of an Education Management Corporation-owned for-profit college have filed suit to intervene as defendants in a lawsuit challenging borrower-defense regulations. The Department of Education cited the lawsuit, which was brought by an association of California for-profit colleges, in announcing a delay of the borrower-defense rule this week.