Which Colleges Help Poor Students Most?

ProPublica writers Sisi Wei and Annie Waldman note that new data from the U.S. Department of Education shows in unprecedented detail how much federal student loan debt college students from low-income families are being saddled with. Check out this Interactive Database to search among 6,000 schools in the U.S. to see how much they support their poorest students financially.

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  1. I think with all the student loan debt and issues involving education tuition rising far above inflation that the system will help to change things for the better. We will see what happens in the future. Thanks for the resource.

    • Indeed. It looks like we are careening toward a situation – high debt for an education that is less likely yield a commensurate job/career – that will force radical changes to the way education is administered, expectations and cost.

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