Transitioning from measuring student accomplishment based on credit hours toward competency-based models would be a step in the right direction to better assess a student’s skills in a particular field.
In comments submitted to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, CAP and Campus Progress identify some of the financial hurdles that student-loan borrowers may face and how these hurdles may affect the future housing market and economy.
The new college scorecard released yesterday will better help American families identify which colleges or universities can fit their budgets and goals.
Issue Brief As we move forward with improving the educational system for those currently or about to enroll in higher education, it is important to not leave behind the tens of millions of Americans who still possess student debt.
Report Colleges and universities would benefit from forming a league to establish rules of competition and progress in the public interest.
We need reform that will allow students to take advantage of historically low interest rates by refinancing their student loans in order to ease their debt burdens and stimulate the economy.
Students should not unknowingly be giving away optional information to potential vendors by simply attempting to estimate the price of attending college.
On the eve of Election Day 2012, our nation’s youngest voters could once again play a key role in the outcome because of their progressive ideals.
Report Higher education is an integral part of the American Dream. But in order for it to be affordable for all, we must address the student debt crisis before it spirals further out of control.
College leaders should embrace a customer-centric approach to improve the educational experience for their students.
Issue Brief Robert Lusch and Christopher Wu explain how we can achieve higher education reform through the use of service-dominant logic.
Issue Brief Kysie Miao reviews the history of performance-based funding in higher education at the state level.
The $6.6 billion deal is a bipartisan compromise to prevent Stafford loan rates from doubling on July 1 for one out of three college students, write Brian Stewart, Tobin Van Ostern, and Abraham White.