Kaplan gets favorable ruling in credit-screening case

01/30/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission doesn't have enough evidence to proceed with a case accusing Kaplan Higher Education of discriminating against black job applicants by screening the credit histories of job seekers, a federal judge has ruled. The judge dismissed the case after granting Kaplan's motion to exclude one of the EEOC's expert witnesses.

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