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Peter Cappelli, University of Pennsylvania, and Michael Mitchell, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, discuss the true cost of a college degree and whether students will be priced out of higher learning in the future.
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In 2011 Minnesota had high unemployment, a deficit and a massive bill owed to schools. Since then, there's been an economic turnaround.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, (R-Ark.), discusses the state's recent law which will bring computer coding to Arkansas high schools and give students the competitive edge needed in the high-tech world.
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Short-term, skills-based courses offer new higher education alternatives that could challenge, or neatly supplement, a college degree.
College graduates still enjoy a wage premium, but the value of a degree varies widely depending on several factors.
More than 70 colleges have replaced loans with grants for the best and brightest students—and those most in financial need.
Every dollar borrowed in student loans is $2 to pay back later. With planning, it's easy to borrow less.
Student loans have climbed to more than $1.2 trillion today. Could new proposals reverse that trend?
Student loan debt is a big—and growing—problem for many older Americans near or in retirement.
The payoff of a college degree may be a longer time coming for those carrying loan debt, with ripple effects even into retirement.
Practical majors like pharmaceutical marketing are exploding. But here's why they're not all that, says one Wharton professor.
India's system for training doctors is plagued by fraud and unprofessional teaching practices, worsening public health issues, Reuters reports.
Student loan debt is ricocheting through the U.S., affecting institutions and economic patterns that have been at the core of America's very power.
Why does college cost so much? And why does tuition keep rising? John Schoen explores some of the reasons for the increase.
Assets in 529 college savings plans reached a record $247.9 billion in 2014, but the average balance will barely cover a year at public college.
Student loan debt is at a record high and growing, but there are repayment strategies that can ease the burden for borrowers.
Jake Schwartz, General Assembly CEO, discusses his company's innovative approach in providing higher education for the hottest jobs in technology.