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Education Department’s New Loan-Servicing Plan: A Dicey Prospect

Kenneth Megan, Jake Varn / Blog July 20, 2017

Student loan servicing is not without problems, but it is unclear whether the Education Department’s new approach will actually improve the system.

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Promoting Affordability and Accountability in the U.S. Higher Education System

Education / June 20, 2017 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

Join us for a discussion with university presidents on rising costs and the higher education system.

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Higher Education Reforms Aim for Greater Accountability

Kenneth Megan / Blog August 5, 2015

A lack of oversight has led to a serious accountability gap, with institutions remaining largely “off-the-hook” for poor student outcomes.

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Bipartisan Bill to Bring State-led Accountability to Education

Chris Gregoire, Jim Douglas / Blog July 22, 2015

No Child Left Behind stifled innovation at every level, from the state to the classroom, in a mad rush to achieve the unachievable.

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Thinking About A Second Sequester, Fiscal Year 2014, and Congress

Steve Bell / Blog May 3, 2013

The battle between the House and the Senate over Fiscal Year 2014 appropriations combined with the need to raise the federal debt ceiling limit will once again dominate the legislative calendar this fall.

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