DeVos should be forced to cancel loans for students at closed campuses, lawsuit says
A lawsuit filed Tuesday against U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos asserts that the Education Department — as required by an Obama-era regulation — is failing to cancel student loans for borrowers whose schools closed before students could earn their degrees.
Borrowers face hazy path as program to forgive student loans stalls under DeVos
New York Times
A federal government program meant to forgive the federal loans of cheated students has all but stopped functioning.
DeVos’ staff denies rumor she’s leaving education secretary job
Detroit Free Press
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says she’s not going anywhere with Democrats taking control of the U.S. House in January, despite rumors to the contrary.
Plugged into the game
The Finger Lakes area in New York is known for inventions and innovations, so it’s no surprise to see local colleges — including Finger Lakes Community College — focus on gamers and gaming.
Editorial: Growing workforce, lowering health care costs must top Maine agenda
Bangor Daily News
Maine community colleges, universities career and technical centers are working to fill the skills gap, which is critical.