On Wednesday, a federal appeals court denied the Biden administration's request to block a Texas judge's ruling that declared the policy unconstitutional.
Administrative bloat leads to increased indifference to struggling students.
The justices refuse to vacate the injunction against President Biden's student loan forgiveness policy, but accept certiorari.
Private property was the solution to their failed experiment. But people keep repeating the Pilgrims' mistakes.
The link between Bostock v. Clayton County and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina
On Monday, a federal appeals court placed an injunction on Biden's student loan forgiveness plan, marking the second major setback for the proposal in recent days.
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Collin College fired Suzanne Jones in 2021, after she voiced support for union activity and the removal of Confederate monuments.
Over time, betting has been a better predictor than polls, pundits, statistical models, and everything else.
The lack of statutory authority is the main issue raised by legal challenges to the plan.
It's the first of several court challenges to achieve any level of success. The Supreme Court rejected a separate challenge on Friday.
The new survey, released by Data for Progress, could spell trouble for Democrats hoping for gains in November following Biden's debt relief plan.
This latest expense is yet more evidence that sweeping student loan forgiveness will end up doing considerable economic harm.
"The score decline really reflects students' lack of access to a rigorous high school curriculum," says the senior director for state partnerships at ACT.
"Students were misreading exam questions at an astonishing rate," says Maitland Jones Jr.
The decision was long overdue.
A new law would make it harder for NIMBY neighbors to obstruct new dorms with bogus environmental complaints.
Prominent social psychologist and NYU professor calls the requirement “explicitly ideological.”
According to a new report for the Congressional Budget Office, student loan debt forgiveness will likely completely wipe out gains made by the Inflation Reduction Act—and then some.
"This isn't how laws are supposed to be made," says Caleb Kruckenberg, an attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation.
If the pandemic is over, then how is the supposed emergency move justified?
More universities than ever are now requiring lengthy DEI statements from job applicants. Is that good for academic freedom?
In six states, accepting student loan forgiveness is likely to result in an increased tax bill.
A new survey from FIRE shows one-third of college students report it is “sometimes” or “always” acceptable to shout down a controversial campus speaker.
The likely answer is "yes." There are three types of potential litigants who probably qualify.
New poll shows majority of Americans oppose student loan forgiveness once they become aware of the obvious tradeoffs involved, like higher inflation and rising tuition prices.
From student debt cancellation to green subsidies, the White House is giving handouts paid for by hardworking lower-wage Americans.
Unionization helps some. But it hurts more.
The venerable champion of civil liberties is increasingly indistinguishable from myriad progressive advocacy groups.
The administration is creating a system where everyone involved in higher education has an incentive to fleece the American people.
An Ohio judge ruled on Monday that Cleveland State University's use of "room scans," a popular method for preventing cheating during online exams, violates the Fourth Amendment.
The proper response to one failed bailout is not another bailout of a different group.
Assistant Editor Emma Camp unpacks how Biden's student loan forgiveness plan is deeply misguided.
The Student Loan Debate Isn't Just About Money. It's About the Experiences Students Like Me Sacrificed.
Many college graduates who made strategic choices to avoid taking on debt are now wondering if those sacrifices have put them ahead after all.
The president claims broad authority to act under a post-9/11 law.
Biden's debt forgiveness will do absolutely nothing to change the incentive system that created this doom spiral in the first place.
Biden's plan to forgive nearly $300 billion in student loan debt will disproportionately help affluent Americans.
"Student loan relief would lead some people to spend more," warns Obama economic advisor and Harvard economist Jason Furman
Unsurprisingly, wealthier Americans will be the prime beneficiaries of the White House's soon-to-be-announced student loan forgiveness scheme.