During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump seemed to endorse student loan reform. The nation’s student debt burden has soared to $1.41 trillion.
Senators cite Reveal coverage in requesting sponsorship contracts, saying they are “deeply concerned.”
The announcement comes after months of pressure from the Board of Regents and state lawmakers, but he cited health reasons for his pending departure.
As this week’s episode explains, students face a variety of obstacles, from rising tuition rates to hard-line immigration laws.
It’s a little-known reality that reflects – and, because higher education is a strong route to the middle class, widens – the American income divide.
Mississippi’s outdated textbooks teach an abbreviated version of civil rights, undermining the state’s new “innovative” standards.
As school choice continues to gain momentum, charter school companies such as BASIS are seen as the solution to public education’s ills.
Rep. Mike Ritze has suggested deporting children who lack authorization to live in the U.S. as a way to cut millions from the cash-strapped state’s public school budget.
Two recent moves suggest the administration is helping out the student loan industry at the expense of borrowers.
Alabama lawmakers introduced a landmark bill to abolish a longstanding law that exempts more than 900 religious day cares from state oversight.