Thousands of people who have been sued over past-due education debt are set to receive restitution from a government settlement with one of the largest owners of private student loans.
Students lose nearly half of the college credits they earn transferring from one school to another.
The Senate appropriations committee approved a spending bill that would increase the maximum award provided to low-income college students but subsequently sap billions of dollars out of the program's reserves.
In subtle ways, race and class complicate the purchasing process for African Americans.
A National Labor Relations Board ruling issued in 2016 could be revisited now that the board is moving to Republican control.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is requesting information about Robert Eitel's actions related to two rules that affect students at for-profit colleges.
State officials says Charlotte School of Law must close or face legal action.
The fees can be as high as 30 percent of the delinquent balance.
A lawsuit raises questions about a plan relied upon by teachers, social workers and others.