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What Our Partners and Allies Think on Higher Education Aspects of the American Families Plan and Free College Momentum

29 April 2021

The American Families Plan would make public community colleges free for students, while providing two years of subsidized tuition at HBCUs, TCUs, and MSIs, a critical first step towards President Biden’s campaign commitment to achieve four years of debt-free higher education.

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Student Loan Payment Suspension Extended through September 30, 2021: What Borrowers Need to Know

9 March 2021

This blog originally appeared on www.studentloanborrowerassistance.org By the National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project | January 28, 2021 On January 20, 2021, his first day in…

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Higher Ed, Not Debt Partners Respond to Betsy DeVos Resignation

8 January 2021

On January 7, 2021, Betsy DeVos resigned from being Secretary of Education. In her resignation letter, she cited President Trump’s rhetoric and the “impact” it had on… Read more

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Letter to Congress in Support of Broad-Based Student Loan Debt Cancellation

25 September 2020

Congress needs to take long-term and immediate meaningful action for student loan borrowers. Given the emergency, we need solutions that are simple to implement and get help to recipients right away. Broad student debt cancellation achieves this.

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#CancelStudentDebt State-by-State Fact Sheets

18 September 2020

Broad cancellation of student debt is good for the economy and should be considered as a tool for economic stimulus and recovery. Research shows that student debt cancellation can stimulate the macro-economy and boost GDP by billions of dollars, reduce the unemployment rate, and add up to 1.5 million new jobs. Alongside catalyzing economic growth, student loan cancellation will also positively change the trajectory of borrowers’ lives.

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