After years of public criticism over the aggressive practices of some of its debt collectors, the agency is canceling contracts.
Some schools offer incentives to take a full course load in order to keep debt down and graduation rates up.
Former Corinthian College students are refusing to repay their federal loans in protest of the school’s abusive practices, but the move could backfire and result in wage garnishment.
Use of so-called income-driven plans could cost $22 billion more than the government expected, raising concerns about the sustainability of a cornerstone of the Obama administration’s education policy.
ECMC has lofty ambitions of turning the for-profit campuses into premier nonprofit schools, creating the country’s largest nonprofit system of career education.
It used to be that students could attend a public university and incur little to no debt. But as states cut funding and tuition rises, parents and students scramble to cover the costs.
The truth is that everyone, except for the super wealthy, is having a hard time paying for college.
The administration retreated after a strong backlash to the proposal, which would have curtailed a major tax benefit of the popular college savings accounts.
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Critics say eliminating the benefit would discourage families from putting money away.