In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court struck down an executive action from the Biden Administration that would have canceled more than $400 billion in student debt. Now that Biden's plan is dead in the water, what's next for student loan borrowers?
Going to graduate school can improve your earning power. But it has to be the right degree in the right career field if you're planning to get serious return on your investment. Find out what you should be considering before you plunk down a huge chunk of change on that pricey advanced degree.
Merit has become a dirty word. Almost as bad as privilege. It has come to mean an unfair advantage that threatens to overturn diversity, equity, and inclusion. To reward someone for merit means not rewarding someone for failing to exhibit merit. Merit, by its very nature, is not easily won, regardless of what the rules […]
College is a great time to start building your credit. But as a new credit card user, there are also several risks that you need to be aware of. Read on for a look at these 10 common credit card mistakes that college students make.
College is an important time to learn critical life skills. It's also a great place to start building good credit. But how, as a college student, can you begin to cultivate a good credit rating? Read on for 10 ways you can build good credit before graduating from college.
Filling out your FAFSA is an essential step in the college application process. If you are an aspiring college student, or you are the parent of an aspiring college student, chances are pretty good that this isn’t the first time you’re hearing about the FAFSA. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is your ticket to financial support for a higher education, which may come in the form of loans or grants. But there’s more to it than that. The FAFSA is actually used to unlock a whole host of opportunities for students from a wide diversity of backgrounds. Read on for 10 things you should know about the FAFSA and federal financial aid in general.
The cost of child care remains problematically high for many Americans. The Center for American Progress (CAP) notes that the cost of child care may actually match the cost of college in many U.S. states. This suggests that even the average middle-class family may feel added financial pressure to make ends meet because of this cost. If you’re beginning to think about child care, or you’re already paying for it and you’d like to pay less, read on.
So obviously, in addition to determining where to attend college, many students and families are grappling with the question of how they’ll pay for this enormous expense. Whether you’re a parent with a young child and you’re looking ahead to the not-too-distant future, or you’re a high-school student staring down the barrel of an application deadline, you could use some sound advice on how to finance this important stage in the educational process. So how can you pay for college? What resources are available to help you afford a college degree? And how do you get started? Read on and find out how you can pay your way to and through a great college education.
The phrase “knowledge economy” has gained increasing currency in recent years, but what exactly is the knowledge economy? And where did this concept come from? In the simplest terms, the knowledge economy refers to a modern system of economics in which intellectual capital and intellectual property form a central component of both the labor and production markets. Read on to learn more about the knowledge economy, and how you can be a part of it.