Wrapping up our series on student loan debt are two reporters who have covered the issue for years.
For many graduating high school students and their families, paying for college can be harder than getting in.
Mitch Daniels, who was governor of Indiana from 2005 to 2013 and is now the president of Purdue University, joins us to discuss this.
Catharine Bond Hill says it's impossible to separate the rising cost of higher education from broader economic trends like income inequality.
Joelle Stangler will graduate next year with $30,000 in debt, and Kristin Bastian managed to right her financial course after defaulting.
New data shows nearly one in 10 recent graduates making payments on their student loans defaulted within two years.