New bill on students pledging future income ‘an open license for discriminatory financing’
BUSINESS
August 5, 201917 min read3309 words
Published: August 5, 2019  |  17 min read3309 words
With the nation’s student-debt load at $1.5 trillion and growing, presidential candidates, higher education leaders, borrower advocates are looking for ways to slow its climb. Amid this backdrop, an idea first proposed in the 1950s is being hailed by industry, philanthropists an...
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August 5, 2019
This bill seems dangerously close to a form of slavery. A balanced and contextual look at a new partial solution for providing funding for student's college fees and tuition. The article is a bit long but provides an amazing amount of detail, including instances of Income-Share Agreements already being used, who is using them, pros & cons, etc.
August 5, 2019
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Investigative
August 6, 2019
This is quite in depth, and discusses both sides of the issue poignantly. I think this is a discussion that needs to happen, and I think that people should know what they are committing to as well. Milton Friedman had many great ideas, and I think the country would benefit immensely from using more of them
August 6, 2019
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