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The federal gov’t appears to be removing some of the protections students have against predatory lending by for-profit colleges.
Students who get scholarships that they have worked hard to achieve face the very real possibility that the financial aid they receive will be cut.
An initiative at the US Ed. Dept. would eliminate the gainful employment rules that protect students from predatory lending practices.
Students who attend more selective schools and those who attend schools attended mostly by women post more about mental health issues.
Should states replace their high school tests, used for meeting federal accountability requirements, with a test that matters for their students?
A h.s. senior in suburban Chicago is one of 5 students to win a full 1-year scholarship at an art school. She says she enjoys the Japanese digital art of anime.
Trump U. settled a case in which it was alleged that the Trump organization made fraudulent claims to convince people to pay thousands of dollars.
Some employers provide an employee benefit of helping their new employees pay back their student loans.
The student government at U.Md., College Park, would like to add a $34 fee to every student’s list of fees to support funding for the Title IX office.