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Published on Oct 10, 2014
Higher Education Forum / September 30th 2014
Many fear that student debt is the next bubble that will adversely affect the economy if it bursts. What factors have contributed to rising student loan figures and where are the real concerns? How much should higher education cost and who should pay for it? How much should the prospect of educational debt affect the decision to attend college, and what steps can families take to make wise investment decisions? What inventive solutions have the greatest potential?
Alan Solomont Dean, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts University
Jack Remondi President and chief executive, Navient
Anne McElvoy Public policy and education editor, The Economist