We all know that student loans have been growing out of control. But how much? A new chart in The Atlantic compares the growth of student loans with the growth of household debt:
What’s astonishing about this chart is that even the blue line–representing household […]
Is it worth it to attend an expensive college or university? Even professors are coming to the conclusion that higher education sometimes isn’t worth its costs. Claudia Dreifus, a professor at Columbia University, and Andrew Hacker, a professor at Queens College in New York, recently published Higher Education? How Colleges […]
There’s been a few stories in the news highlighting student loans and higher education. The first, “Seeking Arrangement: College Students Using ‘Sugar Daddies’ To Pay Off Loan Debt,” from the Huffington Post, says it all with its title. Students are being enticed into prostitution by the lure of education. […]
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