Season 1, Episode 4
Morgan teaches at two public schools within walking distance of each other: one that is zoned for a wealthy town, and one zoned for the inner city.
Interest rates are now higher for students taking out new federal loans. It will mean an average of about $4 a month more for every $10,000 borrowed.
Matthew Segal, a millennial and co-founder of OurTime.org, and Jen Hartstein, a family psychologist, join TODAY to discuss the growing number of college graduates moving back in with their parents. They re being called the boomerang generation. NBC s Kerry Sanders reports.
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