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Education Department / College Loan Debt #1133118

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 16, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Studio: Matt Bradley) The issue of college students drowning in loan debt from for-profit colleges that shut down examined; colleges ads shown; statistics cited; details given about the shut down of Corinthian Colleges & Education Corporation of America. [ITT Student Joseph WHITE - complains about his financial situation.] The opposition of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to canceling the loans noted. [DeVOS - tells students of the implications of debt.] [Project on Predatory Student Lending Litigation dir. Elleen CONNOR†- calls the Education Department complicit in creating a situation where students labor under debt.] The number of college student involved in the debt crisis discussed,

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Bradley, Matt
Duration:
00:02:40

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