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Struggling: Law school in the hot seat

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Law school dean Scott DiVito says the school ahs a plan to help students lower their debt.

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Struggling: Law school in the hot seat

Amy Keller | 3/28/2017

Typical graduates of Florida Coastal Law School can expect to earn about $46,000 annually, but a sizable portion of their salary – about $9,800, on average – will go toward paying student loans, according to a recent government analysis.

That 21% debt-to-income ratio is too high, says the U.S. Department of Education, which is using such data to crack down on “predatory” for-profit degree programs that saddle students with heavy debt and poor employment prospects.

 

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