pay it forward oregon
“[D]enominate debt in dollars, and let borrowers pay their debt. If a student borrows $25,000 and (due to pluck and luck
Public colleges are giving less and less aid to the students who need it most. Marian Wang, Christina Santos and Sammy Corrales join Alex to talk about this problem with higher education.
A majority of Americans believe the cost of a college education at a state university is unaffordable, but aren't sure they would prefer a radical new tuition proposal being considered in several states, a new Huffington Post/YouGov poll found.
Despite the noted importance of an education, Americans said they don't think public colleges, traditionally considered a
Critics of Oregon's plan, like Zac Bissonnette at Bloomberg View, argue that because high income graduates would pay more
On HuffPost Live Tuesday, Rep. Michael Dembrow, D-Portland, explained that the idea was first pitched by a group of students