College loans weigh heavily long after school days end

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College loans weigh heavily long after school days end
A college education used to be a tuition-free proposition. California, for instance, offered qualified students free higher education until the 1960s. Then-Gov. Ronald Reagan ended free college, a move for which he caught considerable flak from his …
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U.S. senator bemoans end of subsidized student loans
Madison Cabulis worked two jobs throughout high school and used to wonder if she'd be waiting tables for the rest of her life. Today the 19-year-old from Montgomery County is studying business and early childhood education at Albright College, thanks …
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STUDY: College Loans Increasingly Belong To Parents
College loan debt is not just squeezing young students it's also affecting many of their parents. A new study finds school loans increasingly belong to Americans over 40. It accounts for about 35 percent of education debt. Generation X parents who …
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