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  • Why Student Lending is Broken: Part 3 of a Series

    April 5, 2017 | Student Loans

    Is Pursuing Your Passion Worth the Financial Pain By Chris Keaveney This blog series explores the various factors contributing to the student debt crisis including: The reality that colleges are unintentionally incentivized to raise the cost of attendance, and students are willing to pay these high costs, due to the easy availability of student loans…

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  • Why Student Lending is Broken: Part 2 of a Series

    March 24, 2017 | Student Loans

    You Can’t Win the Game if You Leave at Halftime By Chris Keaveney In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed a key driver of the student debt crisis: Colleges are unintentionally incentivized to raise the cost of attendance due to the easy availability of student loans from the federal government,coupled with a lack of…

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