Big Data Won’t Solve the Student Loan Crisis
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  • Jim Luebke

    Someone here recently floated the idea of making universities co-sign for student loans. I think they need to give that a try.

  • Kelly Hall

    Universities have no incentive to lower tuition, as the manna known as student loan money flows to them regardless of their academic and financial performance. They get their money in full up front, and any delinquencies are someone else’s problem. There can be no reform in higher ed costs until universities are forced to put some skin in the game.

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