Education Department plans changes in how it evaluates student loan servicers. Consumer advocates and some members of Congress have criticized the department's oversight of the companies.
House Republicans unveil their 2015 budget proposal, which calls for a 10-year freeze on the maximum Pell Grant and would eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Department of Education’s inspector general joins other federal investigators in calling for stricter rules on campus debit cards, as the agency contemplates new regulations on the products.
The U.S. Education Department must do more to prevent financial aid fraud in distance education, a federal audit says.
Congressman accuses elite colleges of misleading students into believing they must fill out fee-based form to qualify for federal aid.
University of Texas System creates web tool to track graduates' earnings and debt five years after leaving college, among other outcomes.
Congressional negotiators reach agreement to boost spending on NIH and student aid, though deal does not restore all of the sequester cuts.
After four decades, Becky Timmons to retire as key lobbyist for higher education.
New report says Education Department did not go far enough in controversial changes it made several years ago to eligibility requirements for Parent PLUS Loans.
/sites/default/server_files/files/Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights-Section by Section.pdfSenate Democrats begin push on student loan debt and accountability for colleges and universities, though Republican support may be elusive.
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