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How much debt do students really take on for a bachelor's degree? (Hint: Probably not as much as you'd think.)

On the Economix blog of the New York Times, Judith Scott-Clayton, Judith Scott-Clayton, Assistant Professor of Economics and Education and a researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, reveals why student loan debt is generally less burdensome than reports of dramatic cases indicate.
On the Economix blog of the New York Times, Judith Scott-Clayton, Judith Scott-Clayton, Assistant Professor of Economics and Education and a researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, reveals why student loan debt is generally less burdensome than reports of dramatic cases indicate.

Link: Student Loan Debt: Who Are the 1%?

Published Monday, Dec. 5, 2011

How much debt do students really take on for a bachelor's degree? (Hint: Probably not as much as you'd think.)

On the Economix blog of the New York Times, Judith Scott-Clayton, Judith Scott-Clayton, Assistant Professor of Economics and Education and a researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, reveals why student loan debt is generally less burdensome than reports of dramatic cases indicate.

Link: Student Loan Debt: Who Are the 1%?

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