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College for All: Improving College Access and Degree Attainment Through an Early Guarantee of Federal Financial Aid

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15 May 2015

In 2015, approximately 3.3 million students are expected to graduate from high schools throughout the United States. Many of them will pursue postsecondary education immediately after receiving their diploma but not nearly enough will complete their degree. Furthermore, high school graduates who do not enroll in a college or a postsecondary education program are more likely to come from lower-income families.

Affordability / Quality, Blog

Borrower Voices Explain the Need for Affordable Student-Loan Repayment


28 April 2015

In order to inform the policymakers who are debating the terms of REPAYE about the urgent need for affordable and accessible student-loan repayment, the Center for American Progress and Generation Progress—together with the Higher Ed, Not Debt campaign—collected written feedback from student borrowers who have engaged with our campaign to tackle the issue of rising student-loan debt, asking them to share their experiences. The request for feedback was designed to share important context on loan repayment from borrowers who are managing their debt today.

Blog, Existing Student Debt

Corinthian Colleges to Shut Down All 28 Remaining Campuses


27 April 2015

This weekend, Corinthian Colleges announced that it would immediately shut down its remaining campuses, including Everest and WyoTech campuses in California; Everest College-Phoenix and Everest Online-Tempe in Arizona; the Everest Institute in New York; and Heald Colleges in California, Hawaii, and Oregon.

Blog, Press

Demand That Congress Act, Before Debt Strikes Back


24 April 2015

This week marks three years since America’s collective student debt passed $1 trillion. We have had enough. We know what is needed to stop the student debt… Read more

Blog, Events

Buried Under Student Loan Debt? Help Is on the Way.


17 April 2015

America’s $1.2 trillion in outstanding college loans has surpassed the country’s $700 billion credit-card bill. That huge liability is a drag on the entire U.S. economy. It’s hardly a coincidence that the number of first-time homebuyers is at a generational low, while student-loan balances are at an all-time high.

Blog, Existing Student Debt

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