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The Chronicle of Higher Education

UNC System Faculty and Staff Prepare Lawsuit to Delay Opening

UNC System Faculty and Staff Prepare Lawsuit to Delay Opening

August 03, 2020

Faculty and staff at the University of North Carolina system’s 16 campuses are preparing a lawsuit to postpone the start of classes this fall.
Faculty and staff at the University of North Carolina system’s 16 campuses are preparing a lawsuit to postpone the start of classes this fall.

August 03, 2020

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MarketWatch.com

Lawsuit Against Navient Can Move Forward, Boosting Efforts to Regulate Student-Loan Companies

Lawsuit Against Navient Can Move Forward, Boosting Efforts to Regul...

July 31, 2020

The ruling is the latest in a battle between states, student-loan companies and the federal government.
The ruling is the latest in a battle between states, student-loan companies and the federal government.

July 31, 2020

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The New York Times

The New College Drop-Off

The New College Drop-Off

July 31, 2020

A bittersweet family tradition has become an exercise in risk assessment, logistics and trying to understand ever-changing rules.
A bittersweet family tradition has become an exercise in risk assessment, logistics and trying to understand ever-changing rules.

July 31, 2020

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The Washington Post

White House Willing to Cut a Stimulus Deal Without ‘Liability Shield,’ Breaking With McConnell

White House Willing to Cut a Stimulus Deal Without ‘Liability Shiel...

July 31, 2020

The Senate majority leader had said this week that there would be no deal with Democrats without legal protections for employers against pandemic claims.
The Senate majority leader had said this week that there would be no deal with Democrats without legal protections for employers against pandemic claims.

July 31, 2020

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The Washington Post

Senate Democrats Raise Concerns About Educational Redlining in Student Lending

Senate Democrats Raise Concerns About Educational Redlining in Stud...

July 31, 2020

An emerging practice of using education data to determine creditworthiness is drawing scrutiny on Capitol Hill, where Senate Democrats are questioning whether private student lenders are engaging in educational redlining by raising the price of credit for historically marginalized groups.
An emerging practice of using education data to determine creditworthiness is drawing scrutiny on Capitol Hill, where Senate Democrats are questioning whether private student lenders are engaging in educational redlining by raising the price of credit for historically marginalized groups.

July 31, 2020

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