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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Texas Student Says She Was Expelled for Sitting During Pledge

A black Texas high school student and her mom claim in a federal lawsuit that the principal expelled her last week for sitting through the Pledge of Allegiance, after which the school secretary told her, “This is not the NFL.”

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Florida School On Hook in Vaginal Ultrasound Case

A federal judge ruled that a Florida college must face claims that it violated female students’ right to free speech and discriminated against them on the basis of sex by forcing them to undergo in-class vaginal ultrasounds for a sonography program.

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Texas Student Says Consensual Sex Got Him Suspended

A University of Texas student claims that after he was cleared of sexual-assault allegations by a female student, the university president reversed the decision because of a new policy that allows people to retroactively withdraw consent for sex if they were intoxicated.

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