DeVry Beats Class Action Over Post-Graduate Job Stats

Despite DeVry University’s $49 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over false advertising, a federal judge ruled Monday that DeVry graduates cannot sue the for-profit college for falsely claiming 90 percent of its graduates found a job in their chosen field six months after graduation.

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Beauty Schools Score Victory Over ‘Arbitrary’ Financial Aid Rule

The U.S. Department of Education was justified in using reported income of graduates as a measure of whether beauty school students qualified for federal financial aid, but made it too arbitrarily difficult for the schools to challenge its determinations, a federal judge ruled.

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Promise of Student-Debt Relief Draws Fire From School Group

Weeks ahead of a regulatory rollout geared at helping students saddled with predatory student loans, a group representing private vocational schools in California has brought a federal complaint contenting the rules as an existential threat.

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