“I just talked to a young woman who is a teacher– obviously in our society we need desperately good teachers– and her crime for wanting to get a Master’s degree was that she is now $200,000 in debt and paying interest rates between 6-9%. 262 more words
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Per Bryce Covert from thinkprogress.org Stanford University has recently announced that accepted students without a high income will essentially be tuition free. The basic requirements are that the student’s family make less than $125,000 a year, while having assets worth $300,000 or less, whether it be home equity or any additional money in investment portfolio’s, businesses, etc. 427 more words
By Addison Quale – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com
The federal government can’t seem to help itself. After overseeing the inflating and bursting of the dot-com bubble in the 1990s and the subprime mortgage bubble in the 2000s, the United States government is at it again – this time in the area of student loans. 876 more words
The scrutiny on qualifications for college accreditation has intensified.
Released prior to the June 17 Senate hearing on the issue, a white paper entitled, Higher Education Accreditation: Concepts and Proposals… 889 more words