Many organizations have joined forces to launch a new “multi-year campaign” on student debt, financial aid, and college affordability. The campaign, Higher Ed Not Debt, launched Thursday morning with an event in Washington, D.C. featuring Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and progressed throughout the day with a “Twitter Town Hall” (#HigherEdNotDebt) to mobilize […]
"President Obama on Friday will lay out more details about the education proposals in his budget and also discuss his administration’s efforts to get more students to apply for federal student aid," Inside Higher Ed reports.
"When representatives of Tennessee’s for-profit higher-education sector walked into U.S. Rep. Phil Roe’s office on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, they brought with them one agenda item," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.
"A network of community lenders is committing to lend $1 billion in support of President Obama’s 'My Brother’s Keeper' initiative that aims to boost the life chances of young African and Hispanic men," The Washington Post reports.