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Biden Forgives Another $1.2 Billion in Student Loans

Biden Forgives Another $1.2 Billion in Student Loans

Inside Higher Ed Katherine Knott February 22, 2024 More than 150,000 borrowers will have their student loans automatically discharged this month, the Biden administration announced Wednesday. This tranche of debt relief, which totals $1.2 billion, comes after the Education Department moved up its implementation timeline for the new income-driven repayment plan […]

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More Than Half of Recent 4-Year College Grads Underemployed

More Than Half of Recent 4-Year College Grads Underemployed

Inside Higher Ed Sara Weissman February 22, 2024 A new report found that many recent graduates don’t land jobs that require a degree. More than half of recent four-year college graduates, 52 percent, are underemployed a year after they graduate, according to a new report from Strada Institute for the Future of […]

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Turmoil Grows at Embattled California University

Turmoil Grows at Embattled California University

Inside Higher Ed February 22, 2024 Lauren Coffey Since going on accreditation probation in August, the University of Antelope Valley has lost its president, replaced part of employees’ salaries with stock options and now faces an eviction. A California university on probation with its accreditor is facing eviction, a shaky […]

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Does Higher Ed Lead to a Living Wage? It Depends.

Does Higher Ed Lead to a Living Wage? It Depends.

Inside Higher Ed Katherine Knott February 21, 2024 A new analysis found that more than 1,000 colleges failed to meet a “generous” threshold for postgraduate earnings, raising concern about the return on investment for some students. Students who graduated from nearly one-fourth of America’s colleges and universities earned less than […]

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Biden cancels $1.2 billion in student debt six months ahead of schedule

Biden cancels $1.2 billion in student debt six months ahead of schedule

FOX Business Chris Pandolfo February 21, 2024 President Biden has now bailed out more than 3.9 million student loan borrowers without an act of Congress The White House on Wednesday announced that President Biden has canceled another $1.2 billion in student loan debt for more than 150,000 borrowers earlier than expected. In […]

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Former UCSF Administrator Sentenced to Prison for Embezzling Tuition

Former UCSF Administrator Sentenced to Prison for Embezzling Tuition

Inside Higher Ed Sara Weissman February 21, 2024 A former administrator at the University of California, San Francisco, was sentenced to 20 months in prison and ordered to pay more than $1.5 million in restitution for committing wire fraud. Her sentence was publicized in a news release Tuesday by the United States […]

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America First Legal Releases the “Borrower Defense Toolkit” to help Americans Make the Woke Leftist Anti-Semites Ruining Higher Education Pay for the Damage

America First Legal Releases the “Borrower Defense Toolkit” to help Americans Make the Woke Leftist Anti-Semites Ruining Higher Education Pay for the Damage

America First Legal  February 16, 2024 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, America First Legal (AFL) launched the “Borrower Defense Toolkit” to help ordinary Americans fight back against the woke leftist anti-Semites ruining our taxpayer-funded higher education system and make them pay for the damage. As of June 2023, there were approximately 43.4 million […]

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What Will the Workplace of the Future Look Like?

What Will the Workplace of the Future Look Like?

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Stephanie Ferguson and Isabella Lucy February 14, 2024 Explore the numbers behind recent trends in remote work, the migration of workers, and the future of commercial office space in this data deep dive on the future of the workplace. The workplace is changing as rapidly as […]

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