who supports strong ge regulations?

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Who Supports Strong Regulations?

Many leading civil rights, student, consumer, veterans and college access organizations support stronger regulation of career education programs. Some of these and other key organizations are listed below. Clicking on the name of an organization will take you to a statement of its support. For a selection of official comments submitted in support of strong regulations, go here.

AFL-CIO
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
American Association of University Professors
American Association of University Women
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Local 3299
American Federation of Teachers
American Medical Student Association
Americans for Financial Reform
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
California Coalition for Civil Rights
Campaign for College Affordability
Campus Progress
Center for Community Change
Center for Law and Social Policy
Center for Media and Democracy
Children’s Defense Fund
The Coalition of Labor Union Women
Consumer Action
Consumer Federation of America
Consumer Federation of California
Consumers Union
Council for Opportunity in Education
Crittenton Women’s Union
CUNY Faculty Senate
Dēmos: A Network for Ideas and Action
The Education Trust
Florida State College at Jacksonville
GLSEN
The Greenlining Institute
Hip Hop Caucus
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
The Institute for College Access & Success and its Project on Student Debt
Institute for Higher Education Policy
Jobs for the Future
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
League of United Latin American Citizens
Legal Momentum (formerly the Women’s Legal Defense and Education Fund)
Milwaukee Area Technical College
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
NAACP
National Association for Bilingual Education
National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education
National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium
National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
National Consumer Law Center (on behalf of its low-income clients)
National Consumers League
National Council of La Raza
National Education Association
National Partnership for Women and Families
National Skills Coalition
National Women’s Law Center
Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project
New York State United Teachers
NYPIRG
Pride at Work
Public Advocates Inc.
Public Citizen
Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts
Rainbow PUSH Coalition
Returning Veterans of America
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center
Southern Poverty Law Center
Student Senate for California Community Colleges
Thurgood Marshall College Fund
UNCF
United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
U.S. PIRG
United States Student Association
University of California, Office of the President
Veterans of Modern Warfare
VetJobs
Young Invincibles

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