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Dateline Washington
2015 June 26 - 12:00 am

Collapse of Corinthian Colleges Leaves Taxpayers on Hook for Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

At the very least, the government is looking at footing the bill for hundreds of millions of dollars in student debt in what has become a major consumer bailout. Some advocates say the government should have done more sooner to intervene, while others are questioning the latest approach.
Money Tree
2014 October 1 - 12:00 am

But Prepaid Tuition Accounts Still Falling Well Short of Costs

The group, which tracks the state-sponsored savings plans, attributes the increase to several factors, including a healthier stock market and improved economy as well as greater consumer awareness of 529 plans and a growing concern among parents of the cost of higher education.

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