Working to advance students' rights to educational opportunity and to ensure that higher education provides a launching point for economic mobility.

NEW: Washington Post story from @DaniDougPost shows Betsy DeVos STILL isn't complying with a 2019 court order re: Public Service Loan Forgiveness. This administration shows contempt for the law in matters big and small. https://t.co/iGSoqe4WQm

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Did you attend Illinois Institute of Art, Art Institute of Colorado, Art Institute of Michigan, or another Dream Center-owned school in 2018? Our lawyers put together a resource for borrowers that may be eligible for newly-announced extended loan relief. https://t.co/RsumAIQxAI

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NEW: We wrote a blog post for former students of Dream Center-owned schools with updated information on closed school discharge eligibility. If you or someone you know attended any of these schools around the time of their closure be sure to checkout this resource.#DefendStudents https://t.co/OGrzywQrPH

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@sgilford @shellyhettleman @PaulPinsky @mdconsumers @BrianFrosh We currently represent some former graduate students of Argosy University who had clinical and academic records destroyed when the school vacated its leasing space - this bill’s requirement that all closing schools file all former student records is the right thing to do. #HB469

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Last year, we released a report on what states could do to mitigate the harm done to students by abrupt school closures. Today, we are proud to be in Annapolis to testify in favor of a bill that will establish strong incentives against disorderly closures. cc: @mdconsumers

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