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Would It Be Regressive to Cancel Everyone’s Student Debt?
Forgiving all student debt would be a boon to the privileged. That doesn’t mean progressives shouldn’t promote the idea.
Trump’s Student Debt Policies Are Mind-bogglingly Corrupt
The government’s student-loan watchdog just resigned after realizing that Trump is committed to helping sham colleges fleece students and taxpayers.
This Democratic Senator Has a Plan to Make College Debt-Free for All
If Brian Schatz’s vision is fully implemented, every American would have the option of pursuing a college degree without going into debt.
We Must Cancel Everyone’s Student Debt, for the Economy’s Sake
For the price of Trump’s tax cuts, the government could wipe out all student debt — and increase economic growth by $860 billion.
18 States Sue Betsy DeVos for Refusing to Enforce Student-Loan Protections
The Education secretary is blocking new rules that would make it easier for students defrauded by for-profit colleges to have their debts forgiven.
Unpaid Student Debt Is Already Pushing Seniors Into Poverty
To collect on student-loan debt, the government reduced the Social Security checks of 114,000 Americans last year.
Trump Stumbles on Good Idea: Take Away Harvard’s Tax Breaks
The Republican nominee suggests wealthy universities should have to pay taxes on their endowments.
Hillary Clinton Embraces Free Public College (for the Non-Wealthy)
Clinton’s new plan would provide free tuition at public colleges for students from families that make under $125,000 a year. Bernie Sanders is pleased.
Protesting Student Debt With Astra Taylor
The anti-debt activist (and indie-rock guitarist and documentary filmmaker) goes to Washington.
Cooper Union Protesters Leave President’s Office, Mostly of Their Own Accord
Encouraged by summer, threat of arrest.
The Cooper Union President’s Office Has Been Invaded
A sit-in to defend free tuition.
Liberal Arts Degrees Probably Aren’t Worth the Student Debt