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Congress Will Consider Student-Loan Deferrals for Victims of Sexual Violence

A bill introduced in Congress on Wednesday would grant students who experience sexual violence federal loan deferments while they are on temporary leave...

How Would Student-Loan Forgiveness Really Work?

Nearly 18 months into the term of President Biden, his administration continues to grapple with whether and how to provide blanket forgiveness to...

Biden Wants to Double the Maximum Pell Grant. What Difference Would That Make?

A $13,000 Pell Grant would just about fully cover today’s average annual cost of attendance for community-college students. Students at public four-year institutions...

U. of Missouri Commits $500 Million to Faculty and Staff Raises

At a time when many colleges are having to penny-pinch amid pandemic-era challenges, the University of Missouri system’s president is committing an eye-popping...

Biden Was Silent on Student-Loan Debt Relief in This Week’s Speech to the Nation. It’s Not the First Time.

When President Biden took office, just over a year ago, many advocates of student-loan debt relief hoped their moment had finally arrived, and...

Is Biden Scaling Back His Higher-Ed Agenda?

President Biden repeated some of his longstanding higher-education priorities in his State of the Union address on Tuesday night, calling for more federal...

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