But the response received by David Boyer, a former ITT student, is more typical. It included a long list of evidence the agency said it had considered, including submissions by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, ITT’s accreditor, the advocacy group Veterans Education Success, and the attorneys general of Iowa, Massachusetts and New Mexico.

Read the full story by the New York Times, “The Students Are Victims of Fraud, but the Government Won’t Help” published July 10, 2020.