College Loan Scandal May Touch Many Schools

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In a developing student loan scandal, Johns Hopkins University has placed a financial aid official on leave after it was disclosed that she received fees from Student Loan Express, a company that has been accused of giving incentives to a number of financial aid officers around the country.

New York state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says the conflicts of interest are widespread through the student loan industry.

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