'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Washington Times reporter Luke Rosiak evidently does not understand the data released by the Department of Education under the Gainful Employment Regulation and made a significant factual error as it relates to Strayer University ("For student-loan repayments, an F at for-profit schools," Web, July 1).
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Mr. Rosiak reported that the rule will be implemented in phases.