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People with less financial knowledge unlikely to borrow for college | Research News @ Vanderbilt | Vanderbilt University
People with low levels of financial literacy or have used payday lending are far less willing to borrow to pay for college, according to a new Vanderbilt study.
vanderbilt  peabody  lpo  boatman  evans  loan_aversion  financial_literacy 
20 days ago by kbrobeck
Universities face ‘reckoning’ over their roots in slavery - POLITICO
People with low levels of financial literacy or that have used payday lending are far less willing to borrow to pay for college, according to a new study by Vanderbilt University researchers.
vanderbilt  peabody  lpo  boatman  evans  loan_aversion  financial_literacy 
20 days ago by kbrobeck
How the Fear of College Debt Impacts Students’ Future Success
Loan aversion is technically the fear or unwillingness of a person to take loans or debt in order to pay for college, despite the fact that the loan will help someone achieve success by being able to earn a college degree. A research, published in AERA Open and funded by the Lumina Foundation, was conducted to find out evidence on the levels of loan aversion in the US, according to Vanderbilt University.

Angela Boatman, who co-authored the study with Brent Evans and Adela Soliz, all assistant professors of public policy and higher education at Vanderbilt's Peabody College of education and human development, said that loan aversion is very common among a lot of people but the levels vary in different subgroups and population. And the study can help in understanding the students' behavior and attitude towards borrowing money for higher education.
vanderbilt  peabody  lpo  boatman  evans  soliz  loan_aversion  higher_education_finance 
9 weeks ago by kbrobeck
Nervous about college debt? You're not the only one - Futurity
The research, published in AERA Open, provides the first large-scale quantitative evidence on levels of loan aversion in the United States.

“We find that loan aversion is widespread among potential and current college students and varies in different populations,” says Angela Boatman, who coauthored the study with Brent Evans and Adela Soliz, all assistant professors of public policy and higher education at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of education and human development.
vanderbilt  peabody  lpo  boatman  evans  soliz  loan_aversion  higher_education_finance 
10 weeks ago by kbrobeck
Study Examines Loan Aversion by Population
A new study out of Vanderbilt University seeks to quantify loan aversion among different populations.
The study, “Understanding Loan Aversion in Education: Evidence From High School Seniors, Community College Students and Adults,” is based on survey data from 6,000 people.
vanderbilt  peabody  lpo  boatman  evans  soliz  loan_aversion  higher_education_finance 
10 weeks ago by kbrobeck
Fears about college debt vary by subgroup, study finds | Research News @ Vanderbilt | Vanderbilt University
Prospective college students are less willing to take out loans to pay for their education than previously documented, and the degree to which people eschew borrowing may be affected by gender, age and race, according to a new Vanderbilt study.
vanderbilt  peabody  lpo  evans  boatman  soliz  loan_aversion  higher_education_finance 
10 weeks ago by kbrobeck
Bash scripting quirks & safety tips - Julia Evans
basic tutorial sobre bash, al final té links a altres tutorials de bash
Julia  tutorials  shell  programming  scripts  Evans  bash 
11 weeks ago by jaumeb
Mobile is eating the world — Benedict Evans
As we pass 2.5bn smartphones on earth and head towards 5bn, and mobile moves from creation to deployment, the questions change. What's the state of the smartphone, machine learning and 'GAFA', and what can we build as we stand on the shoulders of giants?
mobile  IA  benedict  evans 
december 2016 by sentinelle

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