Commentary: Politicians aren’t asking the real question about the student loan crisis

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  • Commentary: Politicians aren’t asking the real question about the student loan crisis
    Commentary: Politicians aren’t asking the real question about the student loan crisis

    The latest student debt figures are out, and they’re not pretty. American college students owe more than $1.5 trillion, a total that grows about $80 billion a year. About 11 percent of that debt is either delinquent or in default, which is more than four times the delinquency rates […]

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