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Many Master's Programs Leave Grads Short on Earnings to Pay Off Loans

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A Wall Street Journal analysis of Education Department data shows that some expensive master’s degree programs at elite universities don’t provide graduates enough early career earnings to begin paying down their federal student loans. Higher-education reporter Melissa Korn joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss.

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Teachers Unions Side with the Far-Left on Critical Race Theory

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