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A Washington federal court judge ruled Wednesday that the department’s postponement of the so-called Borrower Defense rule was procedurally improper. The case, Bauer vs. DeVos, includes California among the plaintiffs. The Obama administration created the rule in the wake of revelations that some for-profit colleges enticed students with promises of an education and diplomas that would enable them to get jobs in their chosen fields. In reality, many of those certifications weren’t recognized by prospective employers, leaving graduates saddled with student loans they couldn’t repay. The Borrower Defense regulations changed the rules for forgiving student loans in cases of school misconduct and required “financially risky institutions” to be prepared to cover government losses in those instances, according to U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss’ 57-page ruling. By postponing the effective date of those regulations, the Education Department deprived plaintiffs “of several concrete benefits that they would have otherwise accrued,” Moss wrote. “The relief they seek in this action — immediate implementation of the Borrower Defense regulations — would restore those benefits.” Writing that he didn’t want to delay matters further, Moss — a 2014 appointee of then-President Obama — said he will hold a hearing Friday to consider remedies. The Department of Education didn’t respond to a request for comment. The regulations were to take effect July 1, 2017, but the government delayed implementation in June of that year after the California Assn.

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