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The Department of Education published two sets of regulations to ensure students have better access to their student aid funds, and that all students have access to a new income based repayment plan.
The Higher Education Act will celebrate its 50th anniversary on November 8. Since it was signed in to law, more than 53 million bachelor's degrees and 24 million associate's degrees have been awarded.
The NLRB will reconsider its 2004 decision which ruled graduate teaching assistants are primarily students and not employees.
Two-year budget deal expected to be a win for student aid programs.
NAICU joined 37 other higher education organizations in an amicus brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Fisher v. University of Texas.
The Department of Education announced it will test the idea of giving Pell Grants to high school students who are dually enrolled in college.
A group of 54 senators is calling for immediate consideration of legislation to extend the Perkins Loan program for one year.
For the third consecutive year, overall student loan cohort default rates have dropped, according to the Department of Education. Private 4-year schools had the lowest rates compared to public and proprietary schools.
A recent congressional hearing explored Income Share Agreements as a potential alternative for students to finance their higher education.
The Department of Education clarified earlier answers on whether, and how often, data included in institutional profiles will be updated.
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