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  • Access and Success

    January 31, 2013

    Up Front: Winter 2013

    New Report on the Potential Effects of MOOCs; U.S. Department of Education Provides Strategies for Student Success;—Redesigned with You in Mind; Report Suggests High Tuition Rates May Not Deter Students; New Online Tool for Planning...

  • Student Loans and Debt

    July 20, 2012

    FRIDAY BUZZ: Government Report Details Private Student Loan Debt Risk

    The Education Department and the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) this morning released a report finding that private student loans, which make up $150 billion of the more than $1 trillion in outstanding student loan debt, are...

  • Student Financial Aid

    Eye on Washington: Can We Afford the Pell Grant Program?

    Terry W. Hartle discusses Congressional support of Pell Grant awards as the cost of this vital and venerable program rapidly increases.

  • College Costs

    Myth: College Is Unaffordable for All but the Rich

    If college really is unaffordable, how can enrollments be skyrocketing?

  • Student Financial Aid

    Myth: Increases in Federal Student Aid Drive Increases in Tuition

    Concerns about college affordability have yet again given rise to the oft-stated but empirically unsupported claim that increases in federal student aid are a primary driver of increases in college tuition.