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New from @karinfischer on the latest PEER Project report: “For-profit Caribbean medical schools have been exploiting a loophole in the U.S. federal student-aid system to obtain funding for which they would not otherwise be eligible” https://t.co/FsFWemE2jM

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This ruling is a clear sign that @usedgov has the legal tools it needs to closely monitor nonprofit conversions. @FAFSA must continue working to prevent schools from employing these types of schemes to line pockets with federal aid $$ while evading accountability. https://t.co/6UDLzsyMIQ

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With our partners at @relmanlaw, we filed this suit last January – asserting that Walden U. targeted Black women for enrollment and cheated them out of millions. This conduct was illegal and violates the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. https://t.co/8ASoSnL1Co

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BIG NEWS- In groundbreaking ruling today, a U.S. District Court has denied Walden U's attempt to dismiss our civil rights lawsuit alleging that Walden targeted Black & female students to enroll in a doctoral business program. *READ MORE* https://t.co/NEDlW7tBOJ

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