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The student loan interest deduction sounds good, but it's hardly hitting the jackpot for the most heavily indebted.
Consider community college as a route to getting a degree and graduating with a manageable amount of debt.
Udacity Chairman and Co-Founder Sebastian Thrun discusses the concept behind his education business.
Udacity Chairman and Co-Founder Sebastian Thrun explains how one simple business idea led to teaching 160,000 students online.
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Whether you love Trump or hate him, universities are asking speakers to keep the message about the graduates, not politics, USA Today reports.
Sebastian Thrun quit his jobs at Google and Stanford to found a company that revolutionized the way we learn.
Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo studied industrial engineering at a time when few female classmates went on to college.
Raise.me, a for-profit startup, explains to CNBC's "On the Money" why its a good thing to pay students for good grades.
The earlier you plan, the more time you have to boost savings, find the most affordable colleges and pursue cost-cutting strategies. Here's how.
These college savings accounts have a lot of benefits. Here are some that may surprise you.
From continuing education to networking, here are some decent alternatives to the summer internship.
Nearly nine in 10 colleges restrict acceptance of advanced placement exam credits. That could cost you.
If you're often financially assisting family members, here's how to protect your retirement savings, USA Today reports.
Natalie Bacon, 30, left a burgeoning career as an attorney to become a personal finance blogger and financial planner.
CNBC's Kelli Grant explains how to determine how much money you should borrow to pay for college.
The best U.S. high schools are not, in fact, in New York or New Jersey, U.S. News reports.
The student loan debt tab has ballooned to $1.4 trillion, but many high schoolers still don't think they will borrow for college.
The company formerly known as Sallie Mae was recently in the news for misleading student loan borrowers, Buzzfeed reports.
Duff McDonald, "The Golden Passport" author, talks about the history of cronyism among Harvard Business School graduates and why he thinks the school needs to get back to its original thesis of preserving capitalism.
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