Senate Republicans Explore Alternative Ways for Students to Finance College

While the media is focused on Hillary Clinton’s and Bernie Sanders’ plans to subsidize student loan debt should they win the presidency, the real action on college costs is happening on forward-thinking universities. Chief among them is Purdue, where University President Mitch Daniels has long been working on innovative ways to reduce tuition prices and…
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Cutting College Costs Isn’t That Hard – Just Ask This Man

Everyone recognizes that college costs are a problem. It’s simply impossible not to. The cost of higher education has surged 538 percent since 1985 according to the Institute for Higher Education Policy. In current dollars things look even worse. According to data from the College Board, college costs have soared from $1,600 a year in…
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Economy Built to Last? No, Try an "Economy Built FOR Last"

Unemployment continues to be too high, debt is growing way too large, and Washington is still spending vastly too much money. That’s the true “state of the union,” but it’s not what you heard from Obama tonight. Instead, he largely ignored the harm that he’s already inflicted on the economy – the record levels of…
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