An online platform helps move students past the outdated FAFSA to streamline the process of making college more affordable.
Some lawmakers really do want to make college affordable again, and here's how.
The debilitating price tag on college, coupled with the fact that 44 million Americans already owe more than $1.3 trillion in student loan debt, is why Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced the 'College for All' Act earlier this year.
Shopping for a college is sort of like shopping for a new car: Hardly anyone pays the full sticker price.
Americans face almost $1.5 trillion in debt in the name of higher education.
Massive Online Open Courses could spark a college affordability renaissance, but they're also probably too good to be true.
State legislators are still hard at work developing creative programs to pump the breaks on student debt and increase accessibility to postsecondary programs.