Higher Ed Watch

Higher Ed Watch covers the student loan scandal (links and the rest of the article):

One way or another, a whistleblower lawsuit filed by Jon Oberg, the U.S. Department of Education researcher who uncovered the 9.5 student loan scandal, against six student loan companies that participated in the scheme should come to a conclusion shortly.
The parties are currently in the third-day of court-ordered settlement talks to resolve the lawsuit, which seeks the return of approximately $1 billion to the government in overpayments these lenders improperly received. If the negotiations break down, the case is scheduled to go to a jury trial in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on Tuesday. As we have said, this case should finally resolve many of the unanswered questions surrounding the scandal. After doing a careful review of the court documents publicly available on PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), here are some of the truths that we believe have been revealed…