by Alan Pyke Mar 25, 2016
Federal debt relief opportunities for Corinthian victims just expanded dramatically.
by Alan Pyke Mar 10, 2016 Updated: Mar 10, 2016
A week before the final negotiations over debt relief for for-profit college victims, most of the Democrats in the Senate just made a personal appeal to President Obama to get his bureaucrats in line.
by Casey Quinlan Feb 10, 2016
Republicans are angry over a "federal takeover" of education, but this is a stark contrast with Republican education policy.
by Casey Quinlan Jan 8, 2016
Administrators were worried she might start a "riot."
by Zack Ford Dec 7, 2015
Caught in its own distortions, an Illinois school may once again risk federal funding to continue discriminating against a transgender student.
by Zack Ford Dec 4, 2015
District 211 will accommodate a transgender student's use of locker rooms, but school officials claim that's not what they agreed to.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 1, 2015
Three senators have expressed concern over a recent settlement with a for-profit college accused of illegal recruiting practices.
by Alan Pyke Nov 6, 2015
It just got a little easier to see how the groups that control college companies' access to federal student loan dollars really operate.
by Zack Ford Nov 3, 2015
The Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights found the school in violation of Title IX, but the school isn't budging.
by Alan Pyke Oct 15, 2015
Department of Education attorneys weighed in this week to try to prevent a court from loosening bankruptcy law in favor of struggling student borrowers.