Student Debt


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Interview: New Hampshire Leads Country In Student Debt

If you’ve been following our work this week, StateImpact’s been taking a closer look at student debt in New Hampshire.  All Things Considered host Brady Carlson checked out the site and decided to interview one of our reporters about what we know so far about student debt in the Granite State.

New England Carries Some Of The Country’s Heaviest Student Loan Debt

Recently, we’ve been looking into student debt in New Hampshire.  (You can read the initial posts here and here.)  As the Project on Student Debt reports, the Class of 2010 took on a record amount of loans–an average of $25,250 nationally. And the newly-graduated in New Hampshire took on the heaviest burden in the country, […]

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