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ED considers tougher rules on loan forgiveness in fraud cases

Trying to change Obama-era rules, the Trump administration is one step closer to making it more difficult for students to have loan debt wiped clean in cases involving fraud by universities.

Why 2018 will be a make or break year for renewables

The coming year will make or break U.S. renewable energy markets, as state and regional governments defend their 21st century policies against a Trump administration plan to end competition in the nation’s power markets and subsidize old coal and nuclear plants.

Rock school awarded more student loan funding than LSE

A for-profit rock music school now receives more mainstream public funding for teaching than the London School of Economics after almost trebling the number of students holding state-backed loans in three years, latest figures show.

Why the University of Ill. is investing in farmland

Early in Ellen Ellison’s tenure as chief investment officer for the University of Illinois Foundation, she and some staff toured a university-owned farm in Monticello, 30 miles west of the flagship Urbana-Champaign campus.