Anya Kamenetz is a contributing writer for Fast Company. She has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Salon, Slate, The Nation, and the Village Voice. She is the author of several books on the future of education including DIY U (Chelsea Green, 2010) and Generation Debt (Riverhead Books, 2006).
The New America Foundation takes a crack.Anya KamenetzFeb 04, 2013
In 40 percent of cases where a student loan debtor sought forgiveness of their loans as part of a bankruptcy case, the judge granted at least some relief. Only 0.1 percent took the bait.Anya KamenetzJan 23, 2013
The demand for higher education is rapidly eclipsing the ability of
traditional universities to provide it. The solution lies online.
The College Cost Reduction Act was a victory for student aid reform advocates. But we still need to examine how aid is distributed.Anya KamenetzOct 28, 2007