The government's consumer advocate says more than 33 million workers qualify to have their student loans forgiven because they work at schools and hospitals, in military and police uniforms. But the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the system is overly complicated and often confusing.
Senate Democrats on Wednesday failed to restore lower interest rates on student loans, again coming up short and perhaps signaling that undergraduates might really face rates twice as high as the ones they enjoyed last year.
Immigrant youth and their allies are gathering in front of the State House in Trenton today to push for "tuition equity," specifically legislation that would allow undocumented immigrant students who have grown up in New Jersey to pay the same tuition rates as other NJ high school graduates.
The cost of higher education continues to grow. The College Board says the sticker price of in-state tuition at four-year public universities climbed an average of roughly $400 this fall to $8,655, an increase of nearly 5 percent.
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