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$28.5M Proposed Walden University Settlement May Also Recognize ‘Reverse Redlining’ in Higher Education

It’s one of the first times a theory of reverse redlining, an illegal and discriminatory practice of targeting a particular neighborhood or group for credit on unfair terms, has been put to the test in the educational sector, Lila Miller of Relman Colfax told Law.com. Typically, reverse redlining is often seen in connection with home mortgages or with car loans.

       

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