Imagine this scenario–Congress passes a new tax deduction that primarily benefits middle income Americans and the I.R.S. decides not to provide the benefit because their staff can’t figure out how to reprogram their computers. It’s hard to imagine because it is so unlikely. At
Student voices are rarely heard in the debate over for-profit education. As representatives for borrowers, we do our best to pass on their experiences, but we are generally drowned out by the industry-driven noise and distractions. One of the most common questions we get is why our
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