Forbes CFPB Sues Student Loan Servicer Navient For Failing Borrowers 'At Every Stage' 2017-01-18T19:58:00.000000Z The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against Navient, the largest student loan servicer in the country, for cheating borrowers out of rights they have in repaying their student debt. Navient is rejecting these allegations. Betsy DeVos' Ignorance Is Not A Compelling Argument For Private Schooling 2017-01-18T18:17:00.000000Z She doesn't exactly come across as the poster child for the benefits of privatization. Can We Recruit Meryl Streep and Her Supporters to Actually Do Something on Disability Employment? 2017-01-18T15:27:00.000000Z Giving a speech and tweeting on disability rights and employment is one thing; actually doing something is another. Trump, Colleges And The Miracle Of Compounded Interest 2017-01-18T15:01:00.000000Z If the Trump presidency can mean a resurgence in growth rates, as stock market gains since the election suggest, it has far reaching positive economic consequences. Senate Democrats Can't Rattle Betsy DeVos On Education Issues 2017-01-18T11:38:00.000000Z The Democrats on the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee came prepared to pepper Education Secretary nominee Betsy DeVos with questions about her wealth and her views on guns, climate change and sexual assault. She was tanned, rested and ready with answers. UConn's Randy Edsall Pulls Scholarship, Teen's Dream Becomes Collateral Damage 2017-01-18T02:20:00.000000Z In a dishonorable move and with only 17 days left in the recruiting process, Randy Edsall pulled back on Connecticut's scholarship offer to Ryan Dickens, suddenly forcing the high school senior to find a new college. College-Business Partnerships Can Solve The Higher Education Affordability Crisis 2017-01-17T21:47:00.000000Z Here's how a handful of innovative colleges are teaming up with employers like Starbucks and Chipotle to support working students, lowering college cost, accelerating time to completion and reducing the opportunity cost of going back to school. Tax University Administrators 2017-01-17T19:15:00.000000Z One thing students of public finance learn early is that if you want more of something, you subsidize it, but if you want less of it, you tax it. Ten Ways For Parents Not To Behave During The College Process, Part I 2017-01-17T16:01:00.000000Z The parent/college counselor relationship is critical. Part I of III about how to and how not to be during the college admission process. Why You Should Get Busy Adapting 2017-01-17T14:41:00.000000Z Research suggests that the pace of automation is not as swift as previously thought, but we won't adapt if we try and deny that change is happening in the first place.