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Critics of Georgetown Law’s loan repayment program argue for caps that could affect many borrowers.
Market-based interest rates mean students could pay more and the government could end up making more.
Law schools could be the canary in the coal mine for colleges – both in terms of problems and reforms.
These location-based scholarships offer students money for college and could strengthen communities.
More students are getting more in grants, but a higher percentage are delinquent on student loans.
The doubling of interest rates is in the spotlight, but there’s more to federal student loan reform.
Fewer federal direct loans get approved, but fewer parents end up with a high student loan burden.
The federal budgets proposed by the House and Senate would affect student loans very differently.
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.