Low rates of repayment and high rates of default show a long road to higher education equity.
In public comments submitted this week, CAP calls for maintaining critical regulations that protect students and taxpayers.
The Senate Appropriations Committee’s dangerous giveaway would provide ACICS schools up to three years to find a new accreditor.
This video examines why it’s time for policymakers to address the needs of part-time students so that college can work for all.
Most part-time college students never make it to graduation. The higher education system must do better.
The Trump administration is diverting federal anti-discrimination resources to attack affirmative action and reverse the nation’s progress toward educational equity.
Two recent public comments call on the Department of Education to keep enforcing consumer protection rules.
Since entering office, Secretary DeVos has taken actions that worsen loan servicing, gut consumer protections, and more.
Betsy DeVos digs in her heels as Democrats, Republicans, and industry groups oppose a new federal student loan contract.
By preventing excessive debt relative to earnings at career training programs, the gainful employment rule also saves taxpayers from long-term student loan forgiveness costs.
Months after the U.S. Department of Education terminated the accreditor’s tie to federal aid, here’s what’s happening to the 269 schools with ACICS accreditation.
The DeVos amendments strip important elements that could lead to higher default rates for students.
This report reviews eight different proposals for how institutions could better share the risk of federal investments in higher education.
CFPB report shows high rates of re-default for struggling federal student loan borrowers.
An email error broke the news to students that their college is in financial trouble, but it didn’t have to be that way. College accreditors should be more transparent.