Courts Are Forgiving Student Loans if Lenders Can’t Come Up With the Paperwork
Nicole Dieker

The good news (such as it is) is that we won’t have people’s educations repossessed and left vacant and decaying.* If you got a diploma, you still have a diploma; if you got three years of classes, you still (maybe, depending) have credits you can transfer. Worst case, hopefully you learned something along the way, and remember most of it.

*Any more than happens normally the day after graduation, I mean. I, for example, am still able to remember, or at least recognize, or at a minimum be able to sound out, many of the classes that appear on my college transcripts.