All right, folks, after 3 arduous years of writing this book, Solving the Student Loan Crisis: Dreams, Diplomas and a Lifetime of Debt (New Insights Press), is now available in paperback on Amazon. (It will be coming out in Kindle quite soon, and I'll keep all of you posted when that release occurs).
Now that I am through with this project, I can return to providing more frequent updates here at AEM. There is so much happening right now around the issue of student loan debt. One of my favorite advocates, an attorney, David Halperin has been doing outstanding work - like always - on the for-profit scandals. Then there is all the recent work that Steve Burd has done on Pell. Anyway, those are just a few examples of other folks who are steeped in these stories and doing great research. The National Consumer Law Center (nclc.org) also continues to provide great updates on major issues related to the crisis.
In any event, I won't be nearly as quiet as I had been, but wanted all of you to be aware that I have been hard at work on this book.
Congrats on finishing your book! No small feat. Buy yourself a drink (or better yet, have a friend buy it for you).
Thank you. It was a grueling process, so I am delighted it is finally out!
I look forward to purchasing your book. Thanks for all the hard work, in bringing this issue to forefront. For $ome rea$on, student loan debt has not been an issue this election. Hell, it was at least mentioned in the GOP primaries and even a little during the general. I heard Kasich mention it briefly a few weeks back. Anyway, thanks again.
I look forward to purchasing the book. Thanks for all your work on this important work. People don't get Master's degrees so they can work at call centers, making $11 an hour. They do not earn law degrees, in order to make garbage wages in a non-secure job. Thanks again, Cryn!
Thanks tor all of your hard work on the topic too.
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