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Education Department’s ‘Gainful Employment’ Repeal Carries High Price Tag

Education Department’s ‘Gainful Employment’ Repeal Carries High Pri...

August 15, 2018

The Trump administration’s proposal to repeal Obama-era requirements for recipients of federal student aid comes with a price tag of about $5.3 billion over a decade, a figure that is already giving critics ammunition as the Senate prepares to turn to Education Department appropriations this week.
The Trump administration’s proposal to repeal Obama-era requirements for recipients of federal student aid comes with a price tag of about $5.3 billion over a decade, a figure that is already giving critics ammunition as the Senate prepares to turn to Education Department appropriations this week.

August 15, 2018

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Education Dept. Wants to Hold Colleges Accountable by Reporting Graduates’ Earnings. One Problem: The Data Aren’t All There.

The Education Dept. Wants to Hold Colleges Accountable by Reporting...

August 14, 2018

The U.S. Department of Education has proposed new rules requiring all colleges to report the earnings of their graduates for each academic program or major. But the data are not yet available for many colleges and programs, and may not be ready for some time after the department’s proposal takes effect. 
The U.S. Department of Education has proposed new rules requiring all colleges to report the earnings of their graduates for each academic program or major. But the data are not yet available for many colleges and programs, and may not be ready for some time after the department’s proposal takes effect. 

August 14, 2018

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Inside Higher Ed

Optimism for Student Voter Turnout

Optimism for Student Voter Turnout

August 14, 2018

Some lawmakers are making it more difficult for students to vote, but advocacy groups and colleges are pressing ahead with registration campaigns.
Some lawmakers are making it more difficult for students to vote, but advocacy groups and colleges are pressing ahead with registration campaigns.

August 14, 2018

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The New York Times

America’s Education ‘Deserts’ Show Limits of Relaxing Regulations on Colleges - Opinion Piece

America’s Education ‘Deserts’ Show Limits of Relaxing Regulations o...

August 14, 2018

Matthew Chingos writes: But the market for higher education is different from traditional markets in ways that mean merely providing more information, while helpful, is not enough. For one thing, the market for higher education is strongly local; most students choose a college less than 15 miles from home.
Matthew Chingos writes: But the market for higher education is different from traditional markets in ways that mean merely providing more information, while helpful, is not enough. For one thing, the market for higher education is strongly local; most students choose a college less than 15 miles from home.

August 14, 2018

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Inside Higher Ed

Navigating Student Loan Default

Navigating Student Loan Default

August 14, 2018

A study finds that most borrowers exit loan default within a few years. But many still fail to make serious progress paying down their balances, and the options facing them are inconsistent and confusing.
A study finds that most borrowers exit loan default within a few years. But many still fail to make serious progress paying down their balances, and the options facing them are inconsistent and confusing.

August 14, 2018

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