The senator and Rep. Pramila Jayapal are introducing legislation modeled after President Biden’s campaign proposals.
The congresswoman took aim at a new ad in which the Democratic candidate criticizes proposals from Sanders and Warren.
The proposal would make public college tuition-free for families earning up to $100,000.
Everyone knows that money plays a major role in students’ college enrollment decisions. How big a role? According to a recent
The administration’s proposal to keep Pell Grant levels flat is very troubling.
Whatever the reason, Gov. Cuomo's proposals on making college affordable and halting student debt will be watched closely
You'd think that student loan repayments were the sisyphean rock for American millennials - doomed to a life of never-ending
Third, every action has a reaction. As the stronger public universities expand their admission recruiting efforts beyond
"We won't know what priorities, if any, the administration has until we see what staff is in and what ideas they put out
Only 40 years later, we've all gotten used to universities with rocketing tuition, record levels of student loan debt (at
The price of a good education is more expensive than ever. Tuition costs for college are sky high, creating a heavy burden for students who aren't lucky enough to receive a full scholarship. Despite the high cost, a good education is still the best way to put a young person on the path towards a successfully future, making an expensive college education a necessary evil.
The cost of higher education has reached the point where the House Ways and Means Committee had hearings in September of 2016 about the uses of college endowments. During the hearing Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.), chairman of the Ways and Means Oversight committee, asked whether the tax code should be used to encourage people to donate money specifically for scholarships at universities.
Some people interpreted Nzimande's statement to mean that this group would be exempt from paying any fees. This is not true
This essay is one of 35 selected by a panel of judges for “Ambitions Interrupted,” a series from The GroundTruth Project
What can be done to make college more affordable? How can students avoid having to take out so many loans?
A big problem is that the aggressive marketing of some academic programs leads to heavy enrollment in schools or courses
I did not jump for joy or do a pregnant cartwheel when I saw those two little dots on my ultrasound. If I'm being honest, I was scared. Very, very scared to be exact.
The student debt crisis is only a crisis because gullible parents are supporting spoilt brats, and allowing them to believe they are the chosen ones, when in fact, they are not.