By John Lawrence – Will Blog for Food Today’s students are being crushed with John Bunyan’s proverbial burden on their backs – student loan debt. Until relatively recently this debt could have been discharged in&hellip
The 27-minute film was released on PBS late October 2011 and has since gone on to screen at over 142 public broadcasting stations, screened at over 200 college campuses and events, featured in over 200&hellip
There’s been lots of debate lately in housing circles about the impact of student debt on home ownerp. Now there’s a new study out that attempts to put a number on that impact: 414,000. That’s&hellip
Who What Why – by Ryan McNamara The American system of financing higher education is broken. Instead of freeing students to use their talents in creative ways, it saddles them with a form of oppressive&hellip
by Adam S. Minsky, Esq. : Boston Student Loan Lawyer – It appears that the Republican Party has taken over the Senate, and Republicans were elected or re-elected to several key state governorships. What does&hellip
Robert Applebaum, attorney and founder of ForgiveStudentLoanDebt.com joins us to discuss the student loan crisis, potential legislation for student loan forgiveness.
The U.S. Department of Education has a conflict of interest when it comes to Student loans since it “remains complicit in the for – profit student loan business, continuing to operate like a
corporate bank and shirk its oversight and enforcement responsibilities at the expense of tens of millions of borrowers”.
Sallie Mae, along with its side-kick called Navient, are top choices this week for winners of the Sneaks award. The following article describes the scam these companies are involved in, along with U.S. Department of Education when it involves itself with student loans and “servicing companies” like Sallie Mae. The line separating Big Business and Government is blurry…