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Why pay off debt if you can sue?

September 14, 2016


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In the wake of the collapse of the Corinthian Colleges and questions about other for-profit career colleges, the Department of Education has drafted broad new rules for when people can get out of repaying federal loans. These proposed changes to what’s called the “borrower defense rule” would let...

Tuition increases at US public colleges at lowest rate in decades

Tuition increases at US public colleges at lowest rate in decades

October 25, 2013


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By Larry Gordon Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES — The rise in tuition at public colleges slowed this year to the smallest increase in more than three decades, although financial aid has not kept pace to cover the hikes, according to a College Board study released Wednesday. At publi...

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