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The Public Comment Period of Higher Education Rulemaking: Your Opportunity to Influence Accreditation Policy

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In this blog post, CCRC Research Affiliate Rebecca Natow describes how the public can weigh in on changes proposed by the U.S. Department of Education and why doing so matters.

Shrinking Racial Gaps in Student Debt and Default: Recommendations to Congress

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The gaps in debt levels and default rates between White and Black college students have swelled to an alarming extent, and some U.S. senators have taken notice. Judith Scott-Clayton outlines several policy recommendations for shrinking the disparities. 

To Get a True Picture of Student Loan Defaults, Break Down the Numbers

To Get a True Picture of Student Loan Defaults, Break Down the Numbers

In this video, Judith Scott-Clayton discusses new data from the U.S. Department of Education showing widely different impacts of student debt on different students.