The Morehouse Debt Forgiveness Gift Is Good for Graduates, but Is Not a Model for Public Policy

Morehouse students are far from a representative sample of all student borrowers.

Can We Design Student Loan Forgiveness to Target Low-Income Families?

Proposals to forgive student debt have been criticized for disproportionately benefiting high-income families.

Three Persistent Myths about School Integration, 65 Years after Brown v. Board

Schools across major US cities remain more segregated than neighborhoods.

Pricing “Free College”

Elizabeth Warren's plan and other variants of free college could result in disproportionate benefits to high-income families.

Which Households Hold the Most Student Debt?

To understand student debt forgiveness proposals, it helps to understand who holds that debt.

We Made an Important Correction to Our Student Debt Analysis

Sometimes following the data requires us to acknowledge mistakes and fix them.

Going Beyond Test Scores to Measure School Quality

A new study aims to identify broader measures of student achievement in public high schools with historically underserved students.

Who Would Benefit from Elizabeth Warren’s Student Loan Forgiveness Proposal?

Warren's plan would cancel most outstanding student debt held by households making up to $250,000.

Making Student Loan Repayment More Logical and Equitable

All proposals miss a critical factor: the amount repaid should depend on the amount borrowed.

District size affects estimates of equity in K–12 funding, but better measures might be on the way

New efforts at collecting school-level data could eventually give researchers a more universal measurement of school funding progressivity.