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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByErica L. Green May 11, 2018 WASHINGTON — Colleges and universities are avoiding federal punishment for high student-loan default rates by hiring consultants who encourage borrowers to delay payments on their loans, even if that will cost them and taxpayers more in the long run, Congress’s nonpartisan watchdog found. In a two-year examination of how colleges and universities manage graduates at risk for defaulting on their loans, the Government Accountability Office found that institutions hired consultants that pressured student borrowers to effectively put their loans on ice — or “in forbearance” — an option that allows borrowers to avoid default. It also allows colleges and universities to avoid losing federal funding because of excessive defaults. The findings by the independent … [Read more...] about Colleges Hire Consultants to Help Manipulate Student Loan Default Rates
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Every time we, as law firm marketers, think we’ve seen it all, we see it again; something new, that is. Today, that something is the promise and complexity of digital marketing, which needs to be figured and woven into your offline, relationship-building marketing plans. Yes, the marketing chatter these days is all about digital. But what should you do now?You should organize your efforts into a step-by-step approach. There’s no point in doing Step two unless you’ve completed Step one. Here’s a guide to a purposeful digital strategy. Nothing radical has been offered in these recommendations, only common sense.You can’t put a roof on a house when there’s no foundation below, yet that’s what most firms try to do as they embrace—or at least experiment with—digital marketing tools. It’s tempting to reach for a little optimization or a handful of Google AdWords just to be able to say “we’re up to date with … [Read more...] about A Step-by-Step Approach to Marketing in the Digital Age