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Why Is Colbert Taking Money From a Corporation That’s Ripped off Thousands of Students?


2 October 2015

SIGN THE PETITION. Share this on Twitter. Share this on Facebook. We were watching an episode of Stephen Colbert’s new late-night TV show, when we noticed something… Read more

Blog, Events, For-Profit Programs

What We Have to Say About the CFPB’s Findings on Loan Servicing Failures


30 September 2015

According to the CFPB, consumers describe companies using a wide range of sloppy, patchwork practices that can create obstacles to repayment, raise costs, cause distress, and contribute to driving struggling borrowers to default.

Blog, Media, Press

Senators Introduce Bill to Protect Students of For-Profit Programs


29 September 2015

The Students Before Profits act ensures students have access to important and accurate information, strengthens oversight and regulation, and holds for-profit schools and their executives accountable for violations and poor performance.

Blog, Events, Press

The Pell Partnership: Ensuring a Shared Responsibility for Low-Income Student Success


25 September 2015

Written for policymakers, researchers, students and their families, The Pell Partnership gives a full view of Pell Grant graduation rates at nearly 1,150 institutions, including an analysis of the national completion gap and best practices at institutions that are serving low-income students quite well.


Initial Analysis of College Scorecard Earnings and Repayment Data


25 September 2015

For colleges that do a good job, the data are a chance to bring recognition not normally bestowed by publications such as U.S. News & World Report, which is known for producing an annual ranking of the “best” colleges. But for institutions that do not serve students well, hiding in the shadows of misinformation just got a lot harder.

Affordability / Quality, Blog

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