Equal Justice Works
Articles by Equal Justice Works
A Department of Education report states 66 percent of 2007-2008 graduates took out student loans.
The new federal regulations may encourage vocational programs to graduate students with less debt.
Increasing the information available about programs could benefit both undergraduates and law students.
One student loan servicer reportedly has relatively few borrowers enrolled in income-based repayment.
More than 600,000 borrowers who started repayment in 2010 are facing the consequences of default.
As fewer banks make private student loans, some borrowers are struggling to repay existing ones.
Students in the loan alternative program may need to borrow for books and other college costs.
One company allows students to pitch themselves – instead of a startup – to funders.
The president’s college affordability plan would allow all borrowers to enroll in Pay As You Earn.
Student loan debt can affect entrepreneurs’ ability to take risks and borrow capital.