A Blown Deadline Could Cost a For-Profit School Millions

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Clare McCann was quoted in Bloomberg on negotiations between the Department of Education and the now-closed Charlotte School of Law:

The loss of Charlotte Law’s state license should give students the right to loan cancellations immediately, said Clare McCann, a higher education expert at Washington-based policy organization New America, but it’s unclear whether the feds agree. The potential losses, she said, could also hurt other schools indirectly owned by Sterling Partners funds—Arizona Summit and Florida Coastal law schools.

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    Clare McCann is the deputy director for federal higher education policy with New America's Education Policy program. She previously served as a senior adviser on higher education policy at the U.S. Department of Education.