Every year, colleges raise tuition prices yet again. That’s helped create the student debt crisis, and it’s causing more young people to skip college altogether. But what’s the government’s role here? Is it making things worse?
“Federal funding is being poured into the nation’s richest colleges, the worst performing junior colleges, nontraditional colleges you didn’t know existed, for-profit schools, and more.”
Bernie Sanders would have us believe every student is forcefully saddled with thousands of dollars in debt without a say in the matter. He interprets financial duties, such as the repayment of student loans and credit card debt, as inherently malevolent.
On Monday, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., introduced legislation to wipe out every dollar of student loan debt in the United States, eliminating it for roughly 45 million Americans.
The surest way to stop the sharp rise in both college tuition and student debt is to get the federal government out of the student loan business.
Even though thousands of Americans lost their lives storming the beaches of Normandy, France, college students had absolutely no idea what anniversary is marked June 6.
Lawmakers should pass in the next legislative session a proposal for a Vermont Constitutional Amendment patterned after the abortion rights amendment giving parents the liberty to choose the appropriate education for their children.
The SBOE recognizes the success of any independent school as a threat to its public-school fiefdom. This so-called “review” of an independent school already in full IRS conformance, is a case in point.
We all thought those online quizzes that give you a score based on “how privileged you are” were funny. Except now, the score is real — and it will affect your life dramatically if you’re an anxious high schooler applying to college.
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is set to call for a ban on for-profit charter schools Saturday, which will make him the first 2020 presidential candidate to suggest such a policy.
If Democrats’ priority legislation becomes law, public schools could be forced to include discussions about transgenderism in math and history classes for elementary school students.