Monday's D3 Daily Action: Oppose Betsy DeVos' Decision To Loosen For-Profit College Rules

On July 1, colleges were supposed to begin disclosing information about program performance to students in their marketing materials. The schools now have an extra year to comply.

"Once fully implemented, the current rules would unfairly and arbitrarily limit students' ability to pursue certain types of higher education and career training programs," DeVos said in a statement.

Democratic attorneys general from 18 states and the District of Columbia sued U.S. Education  over this decision to suspend rules that were meant to protect students from abuse by for-profit colleges.

PLEASE CALL OUR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND ASK THEM TO STAND UP FOR STUDENT RIGHTS: 

Call Senator Michael Bennet202-224-5852
Call Senator Cory Gardner: 202-224-5941
Call Representative Scott Tipton: 202-225-4761

Script: I’m from [ZIP] and I am very concerned about Betsy DeVos’ decision to loosen for-profit college rules. I want students to be protected. I want colleges and universities to be evaluated based on how many graduates are able to pay back their loans--and if programs consistently fail these tests, they should lose access to federal student-aid dollars. Thank you. 



Also TONIGHT: D3 Indivisible Colorado is in Telluride! 

Join us in Telluride for a meeting with members of District 3 Indivisible Colorado who will discuss activism in Western Colorado and how you can engage on local & regional levels!

Details on the upcoming D3 Summit in Ridgway, CO will also be presented. The Summit will host three potential candidates for Scott Tipton's seat in the 2018 election. Please attend for more information on how to make a difference and recharge the movement.