The foundation has launched a “reverse scholarship” pilot program that will pay off up to $30,000 in student debt for borrowers.
President Biden made a promise during his campaign to forgive student loan debt. Months before the midterm elections, he made the call, but how much will it benefit him and Democrats politically?
Thursday on Political Rewind: President Biden announced a student debt relief plan, partially meeting one of his campaign promises. Plus, two candidates on the top of Georgia's ballot get a boost from Sen. Mitch McConnell. Meanwhile, a settlement leaves the fate of a proposed mine at the Okefenokee’s edge in the hands of the Georgia EPD.
Monday on Political Rewind: We’re answering your questions about student loans. Many of you left us voicemails before the show. We’ll tackle what it means for students, parents and borrowers. We’ll also answer what it means for Georgia politics if President Biden erases the debt. But first, the AJC's Patricia Murphy fills us in the on latest in the Fulton County probe.
Under the campaign, the school has also offered need-blind admissions to international students and increased the household income limit for full scholarships to $125,000.
A Georgia Senate study committee is looking into the high costs of schools in the University System of Georgia, particularly their ongoing fees introduced after the 2008 recession that were supposed to be a temporary measure.
More than 20 historically Black colleges have used the CARES Act to wipe out their students' outstanding tuition balances. Erasing their debt, HBCU leaders say, benefits the students, and the school.
The University of Tennessee is making a big promise: Starting in 2020, the system will offer free tuition to qualifying low-income students enrolling at...
As students prepare for college, they have a big concern: the cost. The Institute for Higher Education Policy finds 70 percent of colleges unaffordable...
Georgia leads most of the nation in average student loan debt. Nearly 1.5 million Georgians owe an average of $30,000 in federal student debt....