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This organization wants to bridge Maryland’s financial education gap (access required)

Maryland already has infrastructure and organizations dedicated to providing both adults and school-aged children with financial literacy education. But considering Maryland college students are some of the most debt-ridden in the country, it struck Tisa Silver Canady as strange that ...

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Court: Disabled, impoverished Md. woman must repay student loans (access required)

Monica Stitt, a 45-year-old woman, is unemployed, disabled, and living far below the poverty line. Still, a federal district judge decided last week that she could not cancel more than $37,000 in student debt in bankruptcy, because she hadn’t made ...

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