U.S. Halts New Rules Aimed at Abuses by For-Profit Schools

By Aaron OpfellJune 14, 2017

The department said it would "develop fair, effective and improved regulations to protect individual borrowers from fraud, ensure accountability across institutions of higher education and protect taxpayers." In the interim, the department said it would continue to process nearly 16,000 claims for debt relief being made under existing rules, and said some borrowers could expect loans to be discharged within the next several weeks.

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