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.
Millennials could be turning to payday loans as a prescription for money woes caused by high student debt.
There’s been a lot of talk about citizenship so far during this presidential campaign season: specifically, the rights, responsibilities and privileges that inure to those who are naturally born or otherwise enjoy documented legal status, versus those who have taken up residency unlawfully.
What has to this point gone unmentioned, however, is the extent to which […]
The government should consider foregoing taxes on all students' forgiven loans, not just for Corinthian College students.
Allowing debts to be discharged in bankruptcies and eliminating arbitration clauses would go a long way towards helping student loan borrowers.
Debt-free college is garnering a lot of attention on the presidential campaign trail. But are college costs really being addressed?
There is plenty of blame to go around for the student debt crisis, and the feds are particularly interested in the role student loan servicers have played.
The Student Loan Relief Act of 2015 makes some unlikely promises.
Investors might be less wary of the student loan market if borrowers were given more time to repay.