Rather than accusing students and families of "excessive" borrowing, look at the excessive price of college. If anything, students and families need access to more money, not less.
Senator Elizabeth Warren was confronted at a campaign event by a father upset over her plan to forgive student loan debt.
Since leaving the Department of Education, A. Wayne Johnson has called for student loan forgiveness and criticized the department for allowing interest rates to balloon.
Sallie Mae CEO Ray Quinlan insisted the trip wasn't an "incentive trip," just a "nice spot."
"There have to be consequences for violation of my order sixteen thousand times," U.S. Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim said at a hearing on Monday.
"You can get out [of the Army] after four years, 100 percent paid for state college anywhere in the United States," Maj. Gen. Muth said.
"Fox & Friends" warned U.S. taxpayers will be forced to pay back billions in student loan debt. "A lot of people are paying back 1 percent a year which would take 100 years to pay back," said co-host Steve Doocy.
Pearson Education will start updating ebooks more than printed textbooks to push students away from the market in used textbooks.
"The student debt crisis is real and it's crushing millions of people -- especially people of color," Warren said.
"I was expected to make a $400 loan payment every month, but I had no money, no sustainable income. College ruined my life."
A quarter of the 60 wealthiest universities leave low-income students owing more than $20,000 in loans.
Young voters, more likely to be in deep college debt, are an important part of the Democratic coalition.
The more generous the government becomes with grants and loans, the more schools raise their rates.
A Wharton School professor turns the usual college advice on its head: Forget STEM and pick a course you like and are good at.
Which graduates earn so much they can repay their loans on time?