The Future of Higher Education in a Post-Debt Cancellation United States
Jared Bass discusses what the U.S. Congress must do next to address the root causes of the student debt crisis.
Jared Bass discusses why President Joe Biden’s student debt cancellation plan was a meaningful step in what should be a broader mission of upholding the promise of higher education.
Student debt cancellation is a bold step for the higher education system—and one that will benefit a wide cross-section of people and communities throughout the country.
Student debt cancellation would help people of all ages, reduce the racial wealth gap, and help borrowers weather turmoil in the student loan system.
This article presents a timeline of recent events related to student loans and takes a look at what’s to come for student loan borrowers.
Students returning home from juvenile detention centers deserve support to reintegrate into their communities, especially during the pandemic.
This analysis of testing in schools shows what the current debate gets wrong, and how educators and policymakers can create a future where assessments are a more effective part of the teaching and learning system.
Marshall Anthony Jr., senior policy analyst for Higher Education at the Center for American Progress, testified on the importance of expanding access to higher education before the House Ways and Means Committee on June 29, 2021.
A summary of key policy changes and funding in the fiscal year 2021 omnibus budget and coronavirus relief package.
Nationally, community colleges receive $78 billion less in revenue than public four-year institutions, leading to disparate outcomes among their student populations.
The next presidential administration must take immediate, bold action to provide a quality education for every child.