Project on Predatory Student Lending
Statement on the COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Package and Student Loan Relief | Press Release
Project on Predatory Student Lending
Student Advocates Challenge DeVos’ Borrower Defense Rule | Press Release
The Washington Post
DeVos and Education Dept. could face new sanctions for violating a court order | The Washington Post
Students Defrauded by For-Profit Colleges Can Seek Loan Forgiveness, Judge Rules | The Wall Street Journal
The Education Department must implement Obama-era rules that set up a procedure for students who were defrauded by their colleges to have their federal student loans forgiven, a court ruled Tuesday.
Judge Unblocks Obama Rule on Student Debt Relief After Delays by DeVos | CNN
An Obama-era rule designed to help students cheated by for-profit colleges get relief on their education debt finally took effect Tuesday after efforts by the Trump administration to block it. A federal judge ordered immediate implementation of the rule, delayed last year by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, while a challenge from the for-profit college industry proceeds.
Court win for student loan protections delivers loss to DeVos | Politico Pro
A federal court on Tuesday cleared the way for Obama-era student loan borrower protections to take effect, handing a defeat to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos after she fought for more than a year to stop the rules.
Judge Greenlights Obama-Era Rule for Scammed Students, Despite Delays by Trump Administration | MarketWatch
An Obama-era regulation aimed at providing relief for scammed student-loan borrowers takes effect Tuesday, despite efforts by the Betsy DeVos-led Department of Education to delay it. Judge Randolph Moss struck down an attempt by a group of private colleges to block the regulation, known as borrower defense, paving the way for it to take effect.
Delayed Obama-Era Rule on Student Debt Relief Is to Take Effect | New York Times
A long-delayed federal rule intended to protect student loan borrowers who were defrauded by their schools went into effect on Tuesday, after a judge rejected an industry challenge and the Education Department ended efforts to stall it any longer.
Coalition Urges Loan Debt Cancellation for Former Corinthian Students | Diverse Issues in Higher Education
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, Rep. Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts, Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey, the Debt Collective organization and others on Monday joined the Project on Predatory Student Lending to launch a public awareness campaign urging eligible students of former Corinthian Colleges to apply to have the Department of Education cancel their debts.
DeVos Will Not Seek Further Delay of Obama For-Profits Rule | Associated Press
The Education Department said Friday it will no longer try to delay an Obama-era regulation that helped students defrauded by for-profit colleges get their loans forgiven. A federal court ruled last month that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ decision to delay the regulation, known as borrower defense, was unlawful and that the rule should go into effect. The department had until next Tuesday to respond.
Key Hearing Tuesday in Borrower Defense Case | Diverse Issues in Higher Education
A key court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in a case involving an industry group’s challenge to the U.S. Department of Education’s 2016 borrower defense rule. Last month, a federal judge ruled in a related case that the department had illegally acted to delay the 2016 borrower defense rule, which incorporated critical protections for students.
Betsy DeVos’s For-Profit Strategy Is Risky — for Betsy DeVos | The Chronicle of Higher Education
It probably surprises no one that Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is not making sense, but her stands on key issues are starting to be noticed in the courts. And while DeVos would not usually be held personally liable for the harm she is doing to students, borrowers, or taxpayers, there is at least one exception: if she knowingly and improperly allocates taxpayer dollars.
Despite the Economic Recovery, Student Debtors’ ‘Monster in the Closet’ has Only Worsened | CNBC
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