The federal government may have no need for a website that would allow students to compare the rates and terms of education loans, given changes in the market and the difficulties inherent in creating such a tool, the Government Accountability Office said in a report released Wednesday.
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- Congress's 'Secret Shopper'
- Documenting the Boom in Private Loans
- Report: Minority community college students denied access to federal loans
- Looming default rates could penalize community colleges where few students borrow
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