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S. 2098, The Students Before Profits Act of 2015 (5 comments ↓)

S. 2098 would amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to improve the determination of cohort default rates and provide for enhanced civil penalties, to ensure personal liability of owners, officers, and executives of institutions of higher education.

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