Scammed student-loan borrowers accuse Betsy DeVos of illegally stalling on debt-cancellation claims

After working as a bartender for years, Alicia Davis decided in 2006 that she wanted to take steps towards starting a career in law enforcement by getting her bachelor’s degree.

It’s a decision that’s haunted her ever since.

Davis, now 36, enrolled in the online criminal justice program at Florida Metropolitan University. She decided to sign up based on promises made to her by the school’s representative that her degree would help her land a job as a crime-scene investigator, earn at least $35,000 per year and that she’d be able to transfer her credits to another institution.

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