Cory Turner - NPR
Interest resumes its inexorable march come September and, in October, so do loan payments.
A survey saw more than two-thirds of 682 principals report "substantial political conflict" with parents or members of the community last year over several controversial topics.
A federal judge has granted final approval to a settlement that could cancel at least $6 billion in federal student loans for 200,000 borrowers who claimed fraud by their colleges.
It's hard to imagine a more anticipated form than the one tens of millions of federal student loan borrowers must fill out to qualify for President Biden's debt relief plan.
Beneath President Biden's seemingly straightforward student loan forgiveness plan is a mountain of uncertainty about how it will work.
President Biden announced a sweeping effort to forgive up to $20,000 of federal student loan debt for Pell Grant recipients, and up to $10,000 for other borrowers making under $125,000 a year.
An annual review of state-based preschool programs found big drops in enrollment and state funding in the 2020-2021 school year.
The Department of Education also unveiled a plan to reset the roughly 7 million borrowers who are in default.
Income-driven repayment plans were intended to help low-income student loan borrowers, and eventually cancel their debt. New documents paint a breathtaking picture of the program's failure.
Student borrowers, take note. In testimony before a House subcommittee, the head of the office of Federal Student Aid told lawmakers that his agency is preparing for federal student loan repayments to resume early next year.