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Education Issues

How Do Income Share Agreements Work?

Recently, a number of policymakers have suggested the use of Income Share Agreements (ISAs) to finance higher education...

Just 3 Percent of Colleges Require Students to Take Economics

In its sixth annual study of curriculum at 1,098 colleges and universities in the United States, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni reports some staggering facts about college course requirements...

More Higher-Income Students Taking Out Loans

According to a new report from the Pew Research Center, the increase in the borrowing rate is largely linked to students from higher income families...

No Long-Term Gains from Universal Preschool

President Obama and supporters have called for the establishment of universal preschool programs. But are the programs worth the $50 billion cost?...

83 Percent of Nation's Schools Report More Lunches Dumped by Kids

The current federal school meal mandates are “overly rigid and unrealistic,” says the National School Boards Association...

A Bit of College Can Be Worse Than None at All

Nearly one-third of students who started college in 2012 didn’t return to a U.S. school the following year, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center...

School Choice Battles in the Courts

With their popularity on the rise, interest groups have taken to attacking school choice programs through the courts...

Public Uninformed When It Comes to Education Funding

Many Americans are completely unaware of how much money states actually spend on public education...

Getting Rid of Credit Hours: Competency-Based Education

Traditionally, students move through higher education based upon the amount of time spent in a classroom...

Lending Delinquency Drops in All Sectors Except for Student Loans

Student debt only grew during the Great Recession, while auto loans and credit card lending dropped...


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