In this Sept. 7, 2017 photo, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus.  Students who claim to have been defrauded by for-profit colleges may have to wait up to six more months before the Department of Education rules on their claims, according to a court document reviewed by the Associated Press.
In this Sept. 7, 2017 photo, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus. Students who claim to have been defrauded by for-profit colleges may have to wait up to six more months before the Department of Education rules on their claims, according to a court document reviewed by the Associated Press. Jacquelyn Martin AP Photo
In this Sept. 7, 2017 photo, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks at George Mason University Arlington, Va., campus. Students who claim to have been defrauded by for-profit colleges may have to wait up to six more months before the Department of Education rules on their claims, according to a court document reviewed by the Associated Press. Jacquelyn Martin AP Photo

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