Two for-profit colleges drop forced arbitration clauses

The Washington Post reports today that DeVry University and the University of Phoenix will stop using pre-dispute mandatory arbitration clauses that bar students from filing class-action lawsuits or otherwise taking their grievances to the courts. The story is here.

In a related story, the Post recently explained that "It's almost impossible for students to sue a for-profit college."

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