You may have heard that the student loan default rate isn't good, but it's probably worse than you realize.
Hillary Clinton unveiled her new and improved plan for making higher education more affordable. Here are some thoughts on it.
It seems that for those who fund their college education with state-sponsored money, the word independence is actually two words: in and dependence.
I thought about all that as I read Dr. Joel Elvery's intriguing article on student loan debt in a recent issue of Forefront, a publication of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
What effect, if any, will the bureau's new rules have on firms that service federal student loans?
Navient Corporation - the nation's largest student loan servicing company - now finds itself under scrutiny from 29 state attorneys general.
Campaigns are talking about higher education problems and it seems each politician has a potential solution. But who will these ideas really help?
The Department of Education recently published a series of performance summaries for its Federal Direct, Federal Family Education and Perkins student loan.
Is it possible for the federal student loan program to be ethical but immoral at the same time?
The Education Department might want to consider hiring private sector student loan experts to guard their henhouse.