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Wednesday, July 17, 2024 | Back issues
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Predatory college recruitment

BALTIMORE — A federal judge in Maryland allowed a class of Black former Ph.D. students to continue their Title VI and fraud lawsuit against Walden University, which allegedly drew out its academic requirements to charge more for the students’ degrees and engaged in reverse redlining, or marketing predatory student loans to Black students.

Read the ruling here.

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