Budget Fight Ahead Over Obama's Plan to End FFEL
Default Rates are Up, Particularly in FFEL
New America to Host Event on "Future of Federal Student Loans"
More Students Attending Community Colleges...
...As A Survey Discusses How to Keep Them Enrolled
Turmoil in Connecticut over Nonprofit Lender/Guaranty Agency
Republican Lawmakers Spar with Education Secretary Over Pell Grants
Sallie Mae Says No to Plus Loan Auction
Nevada AG Warns Students to Avoid Unlicensed Trade Schools
Senate Omnibus Spending Bill Stalls
Ed Dept. Announces Finalists for ECASLA Servicer Contract
Higher Ed Watch Wins National Education Reporting Award
Aid Administrators Ask Ed. Dept. to Stave Off Experimental Program Termination
Penn. Turning to Poker to Increase College Aid
Stimulus Agreement Reached That Will Benefit Students and Colleges
More Help on the Way for Private Loan Providers
MyRichUncle Declares Bankruptcy
AP Passage Rate Rises, but Geographic and Racial Gaps Persist
More Americans Think College Necessary, But Harder to Obtain
House Passes Stimulus Bill ...
... While Senate Details Own Stimulus Proposal
Report Recommends Reforms to Pk-16 Pipeline to Improve College Readiness
Briefly Noted ...
Ed. Dept. Institutes Its Own Lender Subsidy Change
Many Students Don't Enroll in Recommended Remedial Classes, Report Finds
NCAA Considering "Academic Progress Rate" for Coaches
Big Increases for Higher Ed in House Democrats' Stimulus Bill
Duncan Provides Few Specifics on Higher Education
Lawsuit Alleges Univ. of Phoenix Improperly Manipulated Default Rate
Tuition Up, But Not All Going to Instruction
Grant Participation Up but Still Below Expectations