Monthly Archives: July 2018

Student Debt Gets the Game-Show Treatment. Who Wins?

The program bills itself as a solution to the student-loan crisis, but experts fear it’s got the wrong answers.

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Why 20-Somethings Make Terrific College Counselors for Low-Income Students

You might not expect it, but young advisers connect well with parents, says Nicole Hurd, founder of the College Advising Corps. That can make a big difference when delicate financial matters come up.

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Why 20-Somethings Make Terrific College Counselors for Low-Income Students

You might not expect it, but young advisers connect well with parents, says Nicole Hurd, founder of the College Advising Corps. That can make a big difference when delicate financial matters come up.

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Fresh Ideas to Help Adult Learners Succeed

“Twenty-seven is the new 18.” So said panelists at a conference session I helped facilitate last week about adult learners. Here’s what I took away from the discussion.

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