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Robust Income-Driven Repayment Programs Can Help Borrowers Keep Payments Low


25 August 2016

Borrowers’ lives are busy enough; let’s afford students the benefit of not having to worry about seeing their bills unexpectedly skyrocket.

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Wealthy Institutions Can—and Should—Invest More in Low-Income Students, Says Ed Trust

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4 August 2016

Nearly 4 in 5 of these wealthy institutions have an annual net price for low-income students that exceeds 60 percent of their annual family income. These colleges can and should do more to enroll a greater number of low-income students and to make college more affordable.

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For-Profit Colleges Like Trump U Must Be Held Accountable

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26 July 2016

For all of their promises of high-quality instruction, many for-profit students leave their programs dissatisfied and defrauded. Use our tools to tell your attorney general or governor that predatory for-profit colleges must be held accountable.

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Defrauded Students Deserve Refunds


26 July 2016

Right now, the Department of Education is asking for feedback on what will become the law of the land for defrauded student loan borrowers. Borrowers should be protected and those who’ve been taken advantage of deserve to be made whole for the time and money they’ve lost at deceptive and predatory for-profit colleges.

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Something Strange With Your Student Loans? Who Can You Call? The Department of Education


14 July 2016

Something fishy about your student loans or college? There’s now a really easy way to complain to the people who can fix it.

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