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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

Betsy DeVos Held in Contempt by Federal Judge for Violating Order on Student Loan Collection | Fox News

A federal judge held Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in contempt of court on Thursday and sanctioned the Education Department with a $100,000 fine after it said DeVos refused to comply with a court mandate to cease collection of loans from students who were defrauded by now-defunct Corinthian Colleges.

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DeVos Held In Contempt For Illegal Collection of Student Debts | Press Release

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has been held in civil contempt and sanctioned for her illegal collection of student loan debts, a federal judge ruled today.

Judge Holds Betsy DeVos In Contempt For Violating Student Loans Order | Forbes

A federal judge has now held U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos in contempt of court for violating her order. Here’s what you need to know.

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DeVos Sued Amid New Evidence About Whether Her Agency Aided For-Profit Operator | U.S. News and World Report

Two student advocacy groups have filed separate lawsuits against Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, one alleging her Department of Education allowed an operator of for-profit schools to mislead students and sack them with debt they are now unable to repay, and another that accused her of continuing to refuse to discharge the student loan debt of borrowers previously enrolled in for-profit schools that abruptly shuttered.

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Former MA Corinthian Students Sue Betsy DeVos for Refusing Attorney General’s Application to Cancel Their Loans | Press Release

Corinthian students file lawsuit to force the U.S. Department of Education to follow the law, grant the AG’s group discharge and stop illegal collections on fraudulent student loans

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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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 Calls for DeVos to be Held Accountable for Illegal Collection of Bogus Student Debt | Press Release

The Project on Predatory Student Lending today called for U.S Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the U.S. Department of Education to be held accountable after she continued to collect on the student loan debt of thousands of former for-profit college students — a direct violation of a federal court order.