Black and Latinx students who earn bachelor’s degrees take longer to graduate, earn more debt, and face more employment challenges than white peers.
Graduate School Debt
The Unwatched Watchdogs
Those Left Behind
Addressing the $1.5 Trillion in Federal Student Loan Debt
This fact sheet considers accountability-based policy solutions through an equity lens to bring down graduate debt levels.
A new study offers insight into the experiences of college students grappling with food insecurity.
A new Department of Education formula uses bad statistics and an even worse methodology to deny major relief to defrauded borrowers.
Enrollment in teacher preparation programs has seen declines, but identifying the problem is only the beginning.
New federal data shows high default rates for newer borrowers despite increased use of income-driven repayment plans.
Early decision policies at colleges and universities favor wealthy families and create additional barriers for marginalized communities.
The recently proposed College Affordability Act can help to hold colleges accountable when students default on their loans.
What you need to know about changes to accreditation.
The recently proposed College Affordability Act includes a new measure for holding colleges accountable if borrowers struggle with their student loan debt.
The House’s Higher Education Act reauthorization bill would create a more equitable, affordable, and accountable higher education system.
New Outcome Measures data show that more community college students transfer schools before they graduate.
Race-conscious admissions practices remain necessary in the fight for racial equity in higher education.
Letting a government office operate like a private company sounds great in theory but has lots of trade-offs and complications in practice.
Why has it taken six years, a dozen solicitations, countless industry protests, and two administrations to improve how borrowers repay their debt?