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More resources must be allocated to financial aid.

A tweet in poor taste about student financial aid gets big blowback.

Department issues new guidance.

Here's the letter the president of the University of Maryland sent out detailing how the school will be affected by the sequester.

Current discussions of tuition may be leading to bad public policy, even if they are politically attractive to upper-middle and high income families. It’s simple. Cuts to financial aid have the greatest impact on the neediest students. The president of Vasser College explains the basics of economics in higher education;