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Bill Seeks Break for Employers Who Help Students

by Candace Talmadge | March 24, 2017
As student loan defaults rise at a double-digit pace, a bill recently introduced in the U.S. Ho [...] Read more
N.Y. Lawmakers Reject Cap on Private Tuition

N.Y. Lawmakers Reject Cap on Private Tuition

by Elizabeth Lewis | March 23, 2017
State Senate and Assembly majorities have rejected Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposal to force p [...] Read more

Sen. Warren Questions Hiring of For-Profit Officials

by Danielle Douglas-Gabriel | March 21, 2017
Updated with response from Education Department. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is asking Educ [...] Read more

DeVos Decision Benefits Firm Tied to Aide Who Quit

by Shahien Nasiripour | March 21, 2017
Americans who default on some of their federal student loans are likely to pay more after Educa [...] Read more
Attorneys General Ask DOE to Keep Protections

Attorneys General Ask DOE to Keep Protections

| March 16, 2017
Attorney General Andy Beshear today joined with other state attorneys general to send a letter [...] Read more
Private Colleges Battle Cuomo Free Plan

Private Colleges Battle Cuomo Free Plan

by Eileen Buckley | March 09, 2017
Several of the region’s private colleges say Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal for free [...] Read more

Utah Veteran Student Featured in Bush’s Book

by Barbara Christiansen | March 07, 2017
Not every college student gets invited to a former United States president’s 70th birthday pa [...] Read more

Scholar Rates For-Profit Schools as “Lower Ed”

by Anya Kamenetz | March 02, 2017
Tressie McMillan Cottom studies for-profit colleges as a sociologist at Virginia Commonwealth U [...] Read more
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