About 44 million Americans are still paying off student loan debt. But it didn't always used to be this way. As the perceived purpose of a college education changed, so too did the way we pay for it.
More than half of American families aren't able to save a dime to cover the cost of college, and the 529 college savings plan has done almost nothing to change that.
Education experts discuss changes to schools and universities following the federal treasurer's budget speech.
We shouldn't take the government’s own budgetary savings rationale at face value.
Students will now have to pay back more of their loan, and repay quicker.
Gonski funding was scrapped and the vocational education sector got a new student loan system. Here's what else happened in education this year...
A flat-rate fee on all student loans is a fairer economic proposal.
Here's why some English universities are raising their tuition fees again.
The huge problem of youth unemployment in South Africa appears to be getting worse. New research will hopefully amplify their voices and inform more realistic interventions to combat the monster.
In income share agreements, students agree to pay a percentage of their future income to a private company or lender in exchange for additional money to cover college expenses. Are they for everyone?