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Calculations show the government profiting on student loans, but critics argue the math doesn’t add up.
After a 10-year court battle, one law graduate got his loans partially discharged.
Interest rates on federal student loans could double on July 1 if Congress does not pass a fix.
Many military members are guided into bad repayment decisions by loan servicers.
One policy organization proposes ways to simplify student loan borrowing and repayment.
The gender wage gap is part of the reason women are disproportionately affected by student loan debt.
A recent report recommends more practical classes and limits on loan amounts for law students.
Changes to Pell Grants and work-study could be coming under the proposed federal budget.
A recent study says members of Congress face increasing student debt, totaling more than $1 million.
Borrowers could get up to $45,520 in student loan principal and fees forgiven under new legislation.