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Articles by Equal Justice Works
A study has revealed various debit card fees that could be taken from students' financial aid.
A government agency has researched the risks associated with private borrowing and has released recommendations for Congress.
Having a children's savings account drastically increases a student's likelihood of going to college.
Find out how an undergrad and a law student are managing their student debt.
The Department of Education's tool is one way to narrow down a college list.
Despite a recent court decision, advocates say more is needed to protect students.
The interest rate on subsidized loans was maintained for one year, but Congress still needs a solution.
For 40 years, the Pell grant and Title IX programs have helped students to access and afford college.
The new regulations, set to take place July 1, have caused a noisy stir.
In the midst of student loan interest rate debates, other changes have been mandated.