The Student Loan Makeover

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Big changes are coming to the student loan system. Jason Delisle, of the New America Foundation takes a close look at the legislation before congress – and parses what the impact will be for students and families. Plus, forty years after a landmark sex discrimination suit against Newsweek magazine, a look at what’s changed and what hasn’t for women in the workforce.

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