Department of Education clears debts of Nebraskans who attended ITT.education
Attorney General Doug Peterson announced Thursday that the Department of Education will forgive all federal student loans for those who attended the ITT Technical Institute.
The 1,340 Nebraska borrowers who attended the school from 2005 to its closure in 2016 will have their loans forgiven.
Nationwide, the U.S. Department of Education will settle approximately $3.9 billion in debt for 208,000 borrowers. No further action is required as the loan will be canceled automatically.
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