A cosmetology association is suing the U.S. Department of Education over gainful employment rules that tie schools' eligibility to receive federal student loan funds  to their graduates' job performance.
Inside Higher Ed reports that the American Association of Cosmetology Schools, which represents about 750 institution, is seeking in a lawsuit filed last week to obtain relief from  U.S. Department of Education gainful employment regulations.

According to Inside Higher Ed, "The organization argues that gainful employment undercounts cosmetology graduates' income because many self-employed workers rely on gratuities and are paid in cash. Many cosmetologists simply underreport their incomes, according to the organization."


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