The number of people with graduate degrees applying for food stamps or other public assistance more than tripled between 2007 and 2010.
Issue Higher Education
CA high school teacher testifies before congressional committee about the crippling impact of college loan debt
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has a plan to reduce the debt burden on contingent faculty.
This week: IL retirement, MI’s higher education conference, MA charters and NJ’s new teacher leader certification endorsement.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has announced it will develop the first-ever industry-wide standards for student loan servicing companies.
There are no guarantees in the working life of an adjunct professor.
Members of Congress receive a face-to-face thank you for a new ESEA bill that supports students, educators.
“America’s College Promise Act” would make two years of community college free for an estimated 9 million Americans a year.
This week MTA shares their thoughts on a bill to offer college debt relief to adjuncts, ed funding in WA, a pension victory in MT and the NY wage board recommending a $15 minimum wage for fast food workers.
Gov. Scott Walker’s move to eliminate tenure strikes at the heart of the excellent education delivered to Wisconsin students in its public university classrooms and laboratories.