By David Halperin - Attorney, advocate, writer at RepublicReport.org - The Huffington Post
For years, DeVry University, like other big for-profit colleges, forced its students to sign agreements that they would take any dispute with the school to private arbitration, rather than sue in court. When, this year, it appeared that the U.S. Department of Education was moving in the direction of banning or limiting such mandatory arbitration agreements for colleges that get federal student aid, DeVry, to its credit, reversed course and announced on May 13 an end to forcing students into arbitration.
Leave a Reply.
Around the Web
Student Loan articles from around the web.