Occupy Wall Street Artists Are Fighting Corporate Control Over Museums
Activists are challenging the 1 percent's influence in the art world and tackling art student debt.
Billions in Untapped College Financial Aid Is up for Grabs With This New Tool
An online platform helps move students past the outdated FAFSA to streamline the process of making college more affordable.
For 45 Million Americans, Student Debt Could Be a Thing of the Past
Some lawmakers really do want to make college affordable again, and here's how.
Bernie Sanders on Why the Time Is Now to Make College Tuition Free
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.
Bernie Sanders: We Must Make Public Colleges and Universities Tuition Free
Americans face almost $1.5 trillion in debt in the name of higher education.
Europe and Asia Are Churning out College Grads at Higher Rates Than the US
America's struggle to keep up with other countries in producing degree-holding grads continues.
People Can't Afford College, so They're Taking Free College Classes Online
Massive Online Open Courses could spark a college affordability renaissance, but they're also probably too good to be true.
As LBJ's Landmark Voting Rights Act Turns 52, Gerrymandering Still a Threat
Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.
In 2017, College Affordability Is Far From a Reality in the US
State legislators are still hard at work developing creative programs to pump the breaks on student debt and increase accessibility to postsecondary programs.
Tennessee's New Free Community College Program Is Lit
Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Crushing Student Loan Debt Is Hurting Women the Most
Paying back tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt is a universally horrific experience, but it's worse for women.