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Before the Syrian war in 2011, nearly 25 percent of young people went to college, which is almost completely subsidized by the government.
Seth Frotman is latest high-level departure from the CFPB since Mick Mulvaney, Trump's budget director, took over.
Housing costs — more than tuition — are hurting California’s low-income college students.
Economics of Disability
One look at the challenges people with disabilities face.
A study out from Johns Hopkins University tells us that at 84 percent, high school graduation rates are officially at an all-time high. That’s good news right? Maybe not, because increasing numbers of those high school grads arrive at college…
Walmart offers to help pay education costs for employees seeking associates and bachelors degrees in business or supply chain management
Walmart is offering its 1.4 million U.S. employees a shot at higher education. The company says it’s going to subsidize tuition, books, and fees for workers pursuing degrees in business or supply chain management at three nonprofit schools. Click the…
A $500 million settlement with victims of convicted doctor Larry Nassar is just the start.
This year's college graduates enter one of the best job markets since the Great Recession.
It's a good job market for the class of 2018, but not everyone with a B.A. is likely to fare well economically.