Meanwhile several AGs are putting heat on the Department of Education, demanding that the loans of the Corinthian students be forgiven. This development is an interesting twist in a intriguing story, one that began with numerous people with guts and courage.
Here's the most significant part about the letter from these AGs:
The letter, written to Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, could be a significant development in the movement to forgive the debts of former Corinthian students. It also lays out a set of proposals that could lend help to indebted students at other schools that have broken the law [my emphasis].Indentured educated class, keep that last point in mind.