Why has it taken six years, a dozen solicitations, countless industry protests, and two administrations to improve how borrowers repay their debt?
Those Left Behind
Addressing the $1.5 Trillion in Federal Student Loan Debt
Bolstering the Public Voice in Accreditation
How the Trump Administration Is Undoing College Accreditation
More than one-fifth of U.S. college students have children; it’s time for financial aid to better recognize their challenges.
Every state serious about improving outcomes for high school and college students should replicate the lessons learned from Delaware’s College Success Report.
Universities must address stark racial inequities within university counseling centers.
Predatory for-profit colleges are getting a boost from President Trump’s culture of corruption. With help from high-placed insiders and campaign donations, bad actors are poised to harm vulnerable students once again.
Policymakers must strengthen the Pell Grant, create a federal-state partnership, and better protect loan borrowers.
Black and Latinx students’ disparate experiences with student loan debt compared with their white counterparts may affect their choice to enter or stay in the teaching profession.
Higher education is failing many borrowers of color, and identifying solutions will require collecting better data.
The public and Congress need to pay more attention to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ deregulatory strategy for education.
States must take legislative action in order to ensure that the coursework to receive a high school diploma is the same for college admissions eligibility.
The Office of Federal Student Aid has the ability to run more like a private business; here’s what that means for its effectiveness and outcomes.
Congress has the opportunity to repeal the ban on Pell Grants and breathe fresh air into higher education programs inside of state and federal prisons.
Newly proposed legislation will help colleges identify ways to better serve students of all backgrounds.
Big-time college sports distort the reality of black male students’ experience on college campuses, so much so that black male athletes represent a sizable chunk of black men in Power Five schools.
The PROTECT Students Act would increase consumer protections for students and improve oversight of higher education.