They will almost certainly cost far more — and accomplish far less — than their supporters claim.
Policymakers should instead embrace our existing, well-functioning student-aid system and improve upon it.
The accusations don’t stand up to even simple scrutiny.
It’s not just higher taxes.
Earlier this week, Senator Bernie Sanders proposed cancelling all $1.6 trillion in outstanding student debt.
Despite the Warren plan’s apparent generosity, it would impose limits on who can qualify for debt forgiveness based on income.
An academic makes a misleading argument about college admissions.
This is exactly what CFPB critics warned about.
The Aim Higher Act would let borrowers out of loans they could afford to pay back.