A lot of students get loans to pay tuition at for-profit colleges, where federal grants and loans can account for as much as 90% of revenues. The Dept of Education wants these schools to prove they provide students with the tools for gainful employment in order to continue to be eligible for federal student loans and grants. A group representing the schools has responded with “a 77-page lawsuit asking a federal judge to strike down the gainful employment rule that threatens to take away for-profit college’s access to federal student aid.” Hopefully they’ll be forced to use lawyers who graduated from for-profit colleges.