Soaring college costs and rising student loan debt are huge issues in this year’s presidential election.
Right now, Americans carry nearly $1.4 trillion not million or billion, but trillion in student-loan debt, according to MarketWatch. That number grows by $2,726 every second.
What’s even more alarming is that students with small amounts of student debt could be at the highest risk. A White House report released this month found that two thirds of students who defaulted on their loans had just $10,000 in debt, according to The Atlantic.
Those numbers are staggering. What do the presidential candidates plan to do about them? Let’s take a look.
Hillary Clinton: Taking rising tuition costs head-on.
Democratic presidential nominee Hill…
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