A proposed class action claims Great Lakes Educational Loan Services and the three main credit reporting agencies have inaccurately reported information regarding student loan payments that were suspended through September 2020 under the CARES Act.
The College Board, Educational Testing Services and the College Entrance Examination Board face a proposed class action lawsuit centered on extensive issues experienced by high schoolers forced to take this year’s AP exams at home due to COVID-19.
Google has been hit with a proposed class action filed by an Illinois father who alleges the tech goliath has illegally collected, stored and used the personally identifiable biometric information of children under 13 years old.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) has essentially profited from the coronavirus pandemic by refusing to refund certain costs and fees to students.
A group of independent college bookstores alleges in a proposed class action that a new program offered by major players in the textbook industry is part of a broader scheme to eliminate competition.
An Illinois father has filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which he claims College Board unlawfully sold his daughter’s personal information after she took several of its standardized tests.
A proposed class action filed in Pennsylvania federal court this week claims the agencies entrusted with helping students manage and eliminate their student loan debt haven’t exactly upheld their end of the bargain.
Nine plaintiffs have put their names on a lawsuit in which they allege public service professionals have been turned away from the federal government’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness program as a direct result of Navient’s “fraudulent misconduct.”
Navient Corporation is among the defendants in yet another proposed class action that alleges the company misled student loan borrowers.