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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

Trump’s Education Chief in Hot Seat Over Student-Debt Collection | Bloomberg

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos faces potential sanctions or a finding she’s in contempt of court for continuing to collect on the debt of former students at bankrupt Corinthian Colleges Inc., going so far as seizing their tax refunds and wages.

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UPDATE: Judge “extremely disturbed” by DeVos’ illegal court violation “16,000 times” | Press Release

At today’s hearing, Judge Sallie Kim lifted the stay in the class action lawsuit on behalf Corinthian College borrowers and promised to rule on whether the U.S. Department of Education and Secretary Betsy DeVos will be held in contempt and face sanctions.

DeVos Violated a Court Order to Stop Collecting on the Debts of Corinthian College Students. Now, They Want her Held in Contempt. | The Washington Post

Despite a court order barring the Education Department from collecting on the federal student loans of former Corinthian College students, the agency continued to pursue the debts. Some former students of the defunct for-profit college had their paychecks garnished. Others had their tax refunds seized by the federal government.

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Students Ask Judge to Hold DeVos in Contempt Over Debt Collection | The Hill

Students from the now-defunct Corinthian College have asked a federal judge to hold Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in contempt for pursuing their debts despite a court order prohibiting their collection, The Washington Post reported Friday.

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Billionaire Betsy, Champion of Scamming Colleges Everywhere | Chicago Sun Times

At this point, we actually expect Betsy DeVos to stand in the way of student loan relief for young people who are buried under a mountain of loan debt. She clearly believes that’s part of her job as U.S. secretary of education.

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Corinthian Students Seek to Hold DeVos in Contempt for Violating Court Order to Halt Loan Collection | Politico Pro

Attorneys representing a group of former Corinthian Colleges students have asked a federal judge to hold the Education Department and Secretary Betsy DeVos in contempt for violating a court order to stop collecting on their federal student loans.

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The Latest Reports on Betsy DeVos Scamming For-Profit College Students | Blog

ITT and Corinthian Borrowers Continue to Fight for Relief as the Department of Education Skirts the Law Every Step of the Way

Project on Predatory Student Lending Statement on Education Department’s Processing of Automatic Closed School Discharges For Former ITT Students | Press Release

The Project on Predatory Student Lending today issued the following statement after the U.S. Department of Education confirmed it has finally begun to process automatic closed school loan discharges for a select group of former students of the predatory for-profit college, ITT Tech.

In the Fight for Student Loan Relief | Blog

For years, Corinthian Colleges, a network of over one hundred for-profit schools, defrauded students to rake in profits from taxpayer-funded federal student aid. Tens of thousands of students—many the first in their families to seek out higher education—were promised serious career training and job prospects, but left Corinthian’s campuses with little more than thousands of dollars in debt.

Cancel Student Debt, Boost the Economy | Medium

In April, Senator Elizabeth Warren released a bold plan for free public college and debt cancellation. This transformational proposal takes direct aim at some of the deepest inequities in education in America, and it’s funded by her Ultra-Millionaire tax on wealth above 50 million. The plan includes a $50 billion minimum fund for historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and minority-serving institutions, and will make public college tuition-free at both two- and four-year institutions.

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