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In the Dems’ effort to get the multi-trillion proposal approved, they may be leaving out a crucial piece to help families, students.
Students for Fair Admissions’ claims are denied, but it plans to appeal and has another pending against Harvard University.
Six companies will need to reach higher standards for customer service and provide better assistance to those who owe.
Four new divisions, including an investigations group, will perform oversight of colleges and universities to ensure compliance.
Governor Newsom approves several bills aimed at boosting affordability and transfer options at public institutions.
The U.S. Department of Education is improving the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and giving credit due to borrowers.
The St. Louis university's chancellor says 'admitting the best students from all socio-economic backgrounds is obviously the first step.'
The investment in two-year institutions is critical to provide both a safety net and career path opportunities for students.
New programs will help improve equity from middle school through graduate schools.
Princeton slots in No. 1 again in ratings that do include standardized test scores and expert opinion.
But employers say college degrees and credentials are critical to the success of future workers.
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