The price of a college education, even at public universities, is out of control, causing many Americans to question whether college degrees pay off.
To get fair credit terms, students need to know their rights and mobilize. They can demand better terms through state-owned banks.
Higher education has been transformed from a public service into a lucrative cash cow for private investors.
The president's pseudo-populist economic message helped put him in the Oval Office, but it's not likely to work given the world's economic realities.
Polls show most Republicans feel colleges have a negative impact on the country. They might be right—but not for reasons they think.
The former University of Massachusetts economics professor explains the historical role of credit in helping to preserve communities.
Data from the Government Accountability Office showed that people over the age of 50 are the fastest-growing group with student debt, outpacing younger generations.
After an investigation into the state’s student loan program, Gov. Chris Christie signed a reform bill ending its most onerous practice.
In a new radio interview, Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein and running mate Ajamu Baraka discuss the mainstream media, student debt and foreign policy.
Pointing to the massive sums the Fed produced out of the blue to bail out Wall Street in 2008, the Green Party presidential candidate says the same resources that saved the perpetrators of the financial crisis could be made available to its Main Street victims.