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California Seeks More Federal Regulation Of Loan-Default ‘Manipulation’

5 February 2014 2 views No Comment

“The California Student Aid Commission, which since 2011 has barred Cal Grants to students at colleges where many borrowers have defaulted on federal student loans, is asking the U.S. Department of Education to better regulate default-rate ‘manipulation,’” The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.


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