Sixteen organizations representing students, veterans, consumers, faculty and staff, civil rights, and more in support of 18 states in their lawsuit against the US Department of Education to stop the illegal delay of the gainful employment rule. The legal brief documents how the Department’s unlawful actions harm students, remove powerful incentives for schools to obey the law, and violate the APA.
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We stand with Nicholas Wooldridge of @BlueStarFamily testifying today @usedgov, "We call on the Department of Education to ensure the strong implementation of the new law to close the 90-10 loophole and should not allow the weakening of these provisions." #defendstudents
We stand with Ashlynne Haycock of the @TAPSorg testifying today @usedgov, "We strongly encourage the Department of Education to include both Chapter 35 and Montgomery GI Bill benefits in the final calculation for 90/10." #defendstudents
Statement From Federal Student Aid Chief Operating Officer Rich Cordray Regarding Loan Servicer Contracts http://ow.ly/2v2550Gykz8 via @usedgov For more on student loan servicing and how it affects borrowers, visit @NACAC https://bit.ly/3v3fcR1 #studentloans #DefendStudents
Student #Veteran Jonathan Banasihan powerfully expresses his support for the closure of the 90/10 loophole, "The institutions that target veterans, that market themselves on every base and on every media, do not act in good faith.” #defendstudents
.@ThirdWayEDU & @WeAreUnidosUS twitterchat on the #CollegeCompletionFund starts in 15 minutes! Follow to explore the benefits of investments in completion for Latinx & Hispanic students. #ProtectBorrowers #DefendStudents #CancelStudentDebt
How could the #CollegeCompletionFund support students and increase graduation rates among Latinx & Hispanic students?
Join us and @ThirdWayEdu on 10/25 @ 3:30 pm ET for a Twitter chat exploring the benefits of investments in completion for Latinx & Hispanic students.