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Centre College is one of the chosen few capitalizing on a huge gift from the Schuler Education Foundation to improve outcomes. Generous donors are climbing on, too.
A joint letter from 22 U.S. governors addresses their concerns surrounding Biden’s student debt cancellation plan, arguing that it places the burden of debt on the taxpayer.
A new brief from NASFAA reveals the stunning impact that doubling Pell could have on future students attending both public and private institutions.
Colby-Sawyer takes the rare step of dropping published prices in hopes that it can change perception for students concerned with cost.
Recent loan relief helps millions now, but the future looks murky for higher education unless changes are made, including doubling the Pell Grant, says NCAN’s Kim Cook.
MIT earns spot at No. 1 overall for value, inclusion and retention, while UCLA leads pack of publics at No. 5.
As Democrats and Republicans weigh in, there is concern that his plan could exceed $1 trillion.
A key pivot during the pandemic could provide an efficient way for higher education to be more affordable.
While Democrats and philanthropy groups rejoice, Republican leaders call the president's decision to push ahead on the massive plan 'bloated' and 'political'.
President Biden has proposed forgiving up to $10,000 for those who make under $125,000, striking fear among many adults, according to a recent survey.
Early career earnings and low cost of attendance after grants make these institutions competitive beyond their academic prowess.
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