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is the professional bankruptcy trustee who was put in charge when Education Management, once one of the country’s largest school operators, filed for bankruptcy after selling off its chain to a Los Angeles-based nonprofit, the Dream Center Foundation. Just a few years ago, Education Management was pulling in annual revenue of $2 billion.
Advocates blame the Trump administration for siding with certain schools by delaying a regulation that aimed to provide debt relief to students left with troubled degrees.
Advocates say the Trump administration is refusing to implement a regulation that would have offered students who say they were defrauded recourse. Many student borrowers waiting for this relief went to The Art Institutes. Shaun Joyce used to sit at his desk at The Art Institute of Charlotte in North Carolina, on edge.