The Seattle-based coffee giant will extend college tuition coverage to the spouse and children of employees who have served in the military.
At the high end, students are shelling out more for one year of school than other college students pay to earn a four-year degree.
The bad news is that the cost of college tuition and fees continued to rise this year. But there is a silver lining.
A nonprofit group that follows the trend calls this exploding debt load a major policy issue.
The court ruled against the shuttered for-profit college chain for its predatory lending practices, a decision that could lay the groundwork to help indebted former students.
There are at least 18 attorneys general and three federal agencies investigating this college chain. Here’s the latest government move to restrict the institution.
Arizona State University is offering full scholarships to all students accepted into its full-time MBA program starting next fall. Find out why.