Help Fight Betsy DeVos!

by National Student Legal Defense Network

Help Fight Betsy DeVos!

by National Student Legal Defense Network
National Student Legal Defense Network
NSLDN is working to challenge Betsy DeVos and Donald Trump as they roll back critical protections for students at predatory schools.
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National Student Legal Defense Network
NSLDN is working to challenge Betsy DeVos and Donald Trump as they roll back critical protections for students at predatory schools.
Pledge now

Your card will only be charged if the case meets its target of $7,000 by Oct. 21, 2017, 3 p.m. ET

Thank you!

Sept. 25, 2017

We're a third of the way to our goal! Thanks so much to our early supporters!  

The momentum over the past few days has been amazing.  Check out the Associated Press story here.

The Washington Post featured an article about our launch as well!

Please share the link to this page on Facebook and Twitter, and email 4-5 friends to help us get their support!

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The National Student Legal Defense Network (NSLDN) is a new group formed by former senior level Obama Administration officials to protect the rights of students and to protect against the threats posed by Betsy DeVos and Donald Trump to critical education and consumer policies and civil liberties.  

We are working to fight back against DeVos's efforts to rollback student loan protections and ensure that predatory schools are not able to victimize innocent students.

Contributions will be used to fund efforts to continue to bring challenges against DeVos and reach out to protect more students.

Thank you!

Sept. 25, 2017

We're a third of the way to our goal! Thanks so much to our early supporters!  

The momentum over the past few days has been amazing.  Check out the Associated Press story here.

The Washington Post featured an article about our launch as well!

Please share the link to this page on Facebook and Twitter, and email 4-5 friends to help us get their support!

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