Elite campuses have too few grown-up students.
The lender, Prodigy Finance, said Monday that it had also secured a $200 million credit line from an undisclosed bank.
The settlement could affect more than 36,000 students, many of whom are low-income, immigrant woman.
Heading to campus for the first time? Check out these results from the U.C.L.A. survey of 2016-17 first-year students.
The Times collected information on dozens of college summer reading programs and examined an annual survey of hundreds of universities. A few trends emerged.
First-generation students often have few people to reach out to for guidance, but some universities are stepping in to address the gap.
The education secretary, often criticized as an out-of-touch billionaire, has staffed her administration with a diverse set of subordinates, some from unlikely sources.
William Sanders’s data-driven method of evaluating the effectiveness of teachers was a once-revolutionary idea that has gained wide acceptance.
Over 550,000 people have applied to have their student loans forgiven, and thousands of approval letters have been sent. But they might be wrong.
In his address to Congress, the president backed his controversial education secretary, Betsy DeVos, who has built her career on promoting the voucher program.