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Elizabeth Warren questions the hiring of for-profit-college officials at the Education Department; Weighing college choices? Here are three factors to consider; Trump administration rolls back protections for people in default on student loans; After White House courts HBCUs, budget disappoints school leaders;
 
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Elizabeth Warren questions the hiring of for-profit-college officials at the Education DepartmentThe lawmaker wants the Education Secretary to explain the hiring of two officials with ties to the for-profit college industry.By Danielle Douglas-Gabriel  •  Read more »
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Weighing college choices? Here are three factors to considerCheck out academic offerings, financial aid and experiences outside classBy Jeffrey J. Selingo  •  Read more »
 
Trump administration rolls back protections for people in default on student loansThe administration revoked federal guidance that barred student debt collectors from charging high fees on past-due loans.By Danielle Douglas-Gabriel  •  Read more »
 
College-prep programs for the poor slashed in Trump’s budgetTRIO and GEAR UP aim to help disadvantaged students with access to collegeBy Danielle Douglas-Gabriel  •  Read more »
 
After White House courts HBCUs, budget disappoints school leadersThere is no mention in the budget of any federal investment in scholarships, technology or campus infrastructure that leaders requested. By Danielle Douglas-Gabriel  •  Read more »
 
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