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DeVos to kill second for-profit college regulation

July 30, 2018


The rule has been controversial since it was announced in 2011, and it was tossed out in court, then revised and finally stalled last year by the Trump administration.

Atlantic magazine reported that the Education Department also has targeted a “borrower defense” rule that provides students a streamlined path to debt relief if they were defrauded by their college. Both regulations were “an attempt by the Education Department under President Barack Obama to protect students from fly-by-night colleges in the for-profit sector,” the magazine reported.

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