New Paper Proposes Starting All Over on Federal Student Aid

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New Paper Proposes Starting All Over on Federal Student Aid
Nearly everyone agrees that the federal student-aid system is broken, perhaps irreparably so. The Pell Grant hasn’t kept pace with rising tuition, students are saddled with too much debt, and many states have shifted the burden for financing colleges …
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Jeffrey McGowan, 55; Eagle Scout Worked In Auto Financing
After college, Jeff worked in financing for several car dealerships. This vocation took him to Boston for several years managing leasing of high-end autos. Jeff returned to Oneonta in the mid 1990’s to continue his career in auto leasing. In the late …
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Free College Admission and Scholarship Help
Surveys have shown that although high school counselors and community college transfer counselors play a very important role in helping students identify their educational and college financing options, even more students, especially working adults …
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Author discusses new book on changes in higher education marketplace
It suggests a broader and more integrated way of thinking about financing college beyond the just-in-time issue of paying for college as the expense occurs. It ought to spur a better conversation about financial benchmarks by which families can plan …
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