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

“I would like the individuals who are responsible for this, who have names and faces … to be dealt with in the way in which people who look like me are dealt with in the court of law under far less offenses.” #defendstudents https://t.co/jbdYkISq5L

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We helped Emmanuel sue the Art Institute, and its parent company the Dream Center, for misleading students about their loss of accreditation. You can read more about the ongoing case here. #DefendStudents (5/6) https://t.co/kGnRos2xqr

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The predatory practices of for-profit schools have long-lasting effects. From high levels of student debt to worse employment prospects, students like Emmanuel face even more obstacles once they graduate. #DefendStudents (4/6) https://t.co/Ksis4jcRzd

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Emmanuel loves to draw. After graduating from community college, he was drawn in by the marketing of Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago, a for-profit college. But then the school lost accreditation… #DefendStudents (2/6) https://t.co/XePDQBkpoU

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It’s not enough to focus on just 1 or 2 schools. Thousands of students across the country attended predatory colleges that closed. @SecCardona can provide them immediate relief by moving the eligibility date for closed school discharges. https://t.co/ujrAzPEm3r

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