During her confirmation hearing, Betsy DeVos expressed confusion and avoided questions. Here’s what her record shows.
Americans should take a closer look at the investments held by the secretary of education nominee and the troubling picture they paint.
It is wrong to defend radical proposals for gutting K-12 federal funding by pointing to totally different higher education investments.
Republican plans endanger critical education funding for families across the country. These fact sheets provide a look at the devastation it could cause at the state level.
New numbers comparing students’ debt levels to their earnings show that many educational options provide insufficient value.
Think Washington is corrupt? It’s about to get a lot worse under President-elect Donald Trump.
CAP’s new plan for colleges to take responsibility for their student loan failures balances accountability and equity through a system of risk-sharing payments and bonuses.
Details, not hot takes, matter in understanding a recent federal report on the costs of student loan repayment programs.
The U.S. Department of Education is in the middle of a process to select new companies to service student loans after current contracts expire in 2019.
Graduate students borrow $5 billion per year in federal student loans to attend for-profit colleges. Because of a lack of data, however, little is known about how they fare.
A large coalition of academic researchers and policy organizations are requesting the Department of Education release crucial data on student loan outcomes.
A look into the enrollment at public colleges shows that the doors to top public universities remain closed to many black and Latino students.
Accelerating demographic forces make increasing diversity on college faculties all the more important.
A new alternative system for assessing higher education quality could improve college completion and encourage innovation.
As many as 60 percent of entering college freshmen are placed into remedial education courses to develop skills that they should have learned in high school, at a cost of more than $1 billion annually.