Brett Lief

President, National Council of Higher Education Loan Programs

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President of the National Council of Higher Education Loan Programs, a lobbying group for private lenders involved in the college loan business

Brett Lief on KCRW

As senior year begins, high school students already are trying to decide what college they want to get into.

Is College Really Worth the Price of Admission?

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The big news on Sunday was House passage of  healthcare reform  and the so-called " reconciliation " bill that now goes to the Senate.

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The scenario is all too familiar: increased demand and rising costs; diminishing revenues during a major recession. It's not healthcare, it's higher education.

Student Loans: Does Public Money Need Private Administration?

The scenario is all too familiar: increased demand and rising costs; diminishing revenues during a major recession. It's not healthcare, it's higher education.

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