The U.S. government is sitting on a growing pile of debt backed by little more than parental love. That’s because parents can borrow tens of thousands of dollars a year for their kids’ college education without showing they can pay it back.
The U.S. government is sitting on a growing pile of debt backed by little more than parental love. That’s because parents can borrow tens of thousands of dollars a year for their kids’ college education without showing they can pay it back. File illustration by Rick Nease Detroit Free Press
The U.S. government is sitting on a growing pile of debt backed by little more than parental love. That’s because parents can borrow tens of thousands of dollars a year for their kids’ college education without showing they can pay it back. File illustration by Rick Nease Detroit Free Press

This parent trap involves $71 billion of federal education debt

December 26, 2015 04:55 PM

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