Texas has a college graduation problem.
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On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about a big issue that is affecting our entire country, student loan debt. It is one of the biggest hurdles of anyone trying to get financially free.
Income-share agreements are drawing attention from lawmakers, although relatively few students so far have signed up for the loan alternative. Two organizations with markedly different approaches are looking to change that.
In College Made Whole: Integrative Learning for a Divided World (Johns Hopkins University Press), Chris W. Gallagher argues against some of the hot trends in higher education.
Georgia State University is leveraging AI-powered chatbots and predictive data analytics to create a new student-advising system that has significantly boosted graduation rates.
The Texas A&M system is using ReUp Education to find students who stopped out and to help them re-enroll and graduate.
In perhaps the greatest book in the English language, James Joyce's "Ulysses," following the famous rowdy opening where stately, plump Buck Mulligan taunts and tests the moody brooding Stephen Dedalus, Joyce cuts to a quieter moment in a classroom.
About 13,000 students in good academic standing have started but stopped college within the Texas A&M University System in the last five years.
International student loan provider MPOWER Financing has laid out evidence of how it has helped students from overseas who would not have been able to travel to North America without the company's services in its social impact report.