Source: Vallejo Times-Herald
By: John Glidden
Date: October 12, 2015
Related Staff: Angela Perry


Students hurt by the sudden closure of trade schools owned by the Corinthian Colleges earlier this year will not receive state assistance. Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill last week which would have offered help to some 13,000 Californians left in the lurch by the abrupt April closure of Heald College, WyoTech and Everest campuses.

“Students all over the state have been facing nearly insurmountable challenges as they try to manage their debt and find their way to other educational institutions,” Angela Perry, Law Fellow at Public Advocates, said in a statement. “…Without the benefits of AB 573, they will be left to fend for themselves.”

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