Curbing the exploitation of students by colleges and universities is essential to the endurance of all concerned. Students are increasingly trapped by a lifetime of debt for degrees diminishing in value over time at institutions beset by bureaucracy and bitterness. Graduation rates have diminished by thirty percent even as costs to students and their families continue to rise. This trend can be reversed by ending the arbitrary secondary market for student loans that allow universities to constantly raise tuition prices without any accountability to those they are meant to serve. It is time to move to a free market lending system for student loans that places a priority on the financial feasibility of a degree while also serving students who wish to learn a trade or forestall earning a degree.
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