Parents Falsely File Death Lawsuit Against Stanford in Soccer Goalie’s Suicide – HuffPost | Vette Leader

The heartbroken parents of Stanford star goalie Katie Meyer have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the university and officials over her suicide, according to Sports Illustrated and USA Today, which have obtained copies of the lawsuit. Meyer, 22, was then facing a formal disciplinary action for allegedly spilling coffee on an unidentified Stanford football … Read more

Another salvo in cash-strapped public universities debt crisis – University World News | Vette Leader

KENYA Kenya’s public universities could benefit from debt relief to help them cope with pressing financial pressures and save them from impending closure. This follows a push by the Universities Fund (UF) – the agency that manages funding for public universities on behalf of the government – to renegotiate the debt to ease repayment obligations. … Read more

As student loan forgiveness stalls in court, here are answers to your questions about what to do next – MarketWatch | Vette Leader

No one knows exactly when — or if — student loan forgiveness is coming. As of now, plan on resuming your federal student loan payments in January 2023, especially if you were expecting debt relief to completely wipe out your balance. Why? A federal judge in Texas has scrapped the Biden administration’s plan to cut … Read more

Microcredentials could help close the skills gap – Barron’s | Vette Leader

text size Student Medical Assistant in Seattle, Washington. Karen Ducey/Getty Images About the author: Stanley Lito is Accenture Professor of the Practice at Duke University and Trustee at the State University of New York. He was previously President of the IBM Foundation and is a co-author of Breaking Barriers: How P-Tech schools create a path … Read more

Three Pitt faculty present course on happiness and human flourishing – University Times | Vette Leader

BY SHANNON O. WELLS To set the tone for his Public Health Policy and Human Thriving course, Pitt’s Grant Martsolf instituted a “no devices” policy—such as no phones, tablets, laptops, or other electronic devices. Suffice it to say that this is not a guideline that students are happy to adopt. “The students said, ‘I can’t … Read more

Is it time to abolish student loans? | News | murrayledger.com – Murray ledger and times | Vette Leader

MURRAY- Congress, with the passage of the Higher Education Act 1965, established a system to provide low-income students with funds to finance higher education through soft loans. The idea was to give students from low-income households the same opportunities as those whose families could afford college. However, as tuition has skyrocketed over the past 40 … Read more

How to Prevent the Next Student Credit Crisis – Forbes | Vette Leader

WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 12: Student loan borrowers gather near the White House to tell President Biden … [+] Student debt to be forgiven on May 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for We, The 45 Million) Getty Images for We The 45 Million President Biden’s student loan cancellation program and … Read more

Shedding Light on College Admission Control – Forbes | Vette Leader

getty Every fall, in most parts of the United States, we turn back our clocks and reclaim an hour of sunlight in the morning. Unless we choose to relocate to parts of Arizona, the US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, or Hawaii (all seemingly attractive options since the mercury falls here in the … Read more

Short-term relief on the horizon for federal student loan borrowers as tuition fees continue to rise over the years – Community Impact Newspaper | Vette Leader

As the cost of higher education continues to rise and more students depend on federal loans to pay for their degrees, short-term relief could be on the way for alumni who are struggling to get out of debt while questions about a long-term one solution remain solution. Adjusted for inflation, the average annual cost of … Read more

Free Application For Federal Student Aid FAFSA More Than Just Loans – Aitkin Independent Age | Vette Leader

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