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Cincinnati's Oyler School tries to rebuild its neighborhood

by Amy Scott Oct 14, 2019
A new plan aims to create housing and jobs.
Cincinnati's Oyler School is on a mission to uplift not just its students, but its neighborhood.
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The contestants behind a college debt game show

by Erika Soderstrom Oct 11, 2019
How do these people feel about competing on “Paid Off With Michael Torpey”? It’s an “absurd,” “dystopian” idea that will hopefully start a national conversation.
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Middle-class families are struggling to pay for college

by Rose Conlon and David Brancaccio Sep 24, 2019
"Indebted" delves into how the college affordability gap defines middle class life in America.
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The most and least "valuable" college majors

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 26, 2019
Bankrate.com ranks a range of STEM majors as most valuable based primarily on median salary and the unemployment rate of graduates.
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How do income share agreements work?

by David Brancaccio and Rose Conlon Aug 16, 2019
Supporters say ISAs could help solve the student loan crisis.
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Recent waves of U.S. immigrants are more highly skilled and educated than before, study finds

by Kimberly Adams and Daniel Shin Jul 10, 2019
Andrew Lim of New American Economy says more than 60% of immigrants 25 or older who were admitted in 2017 had at least a bachelor’s degree.
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The child poverty rate today is the same as in 1990

by Marielle Segarra Jun 17, 2019
In 2017, the child poverty rate was 18%. Go back nearly three decades to 1990: also 18%.
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Scrimping and saving to attend college debt-free

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 10, 2019
One-third of students don't borrow. Some of them would qualify for federal loans, but want to enter the job market debt-free.
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How a group of teachers in Nashville is bridging the public-private divide

by Natasha Senjanovic Jun 10, 2019
The educators behind the new cooperative model hope to take it to schools nationwide.
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Inside India's "rotten" education system

by Victoria Craig May 21, 2019
India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, but a lack of funding and a shortage of school capacity means the country’s education system doesn’t work for the tens of millions of students trying to get through it each year.…
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