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Bipartisan Views on Financial Transparency
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It’s time to focus on the big regulatory issues impacting US higher education again, with the expected (re)release of TPS guidance and upcoming decisions on Gainful Employment and Financial Transparency coming up soon.
New ED Report on Graduate Student Loans
(trying very hard not to frame this as I told you so or you read it here first . . . but . . . I’m too weak)
The US Department of Education (ED) released a new report late last week titled “Trends in Federal Student Loans for Graduate School.” The report rightly calls out the growing role of graduate programs - particularly masters degree - in rising student loan disbursements over time.
Talk about burying one of the ledes - total federal student loans have been dropping for years. Cumulative debt is rising and getting all the headlines, but student loan disbursements are going down. Use that in a bar bet, and I’m guessing you can win quite a few drinks.
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