Our Partners and Allies on Congress’ Response for Student Loan Borrowers Amidst COVID-19 

26 March 2020

It’s clear that this bill neglected those with student debt. Anything less than reducing the balances of student loan borrowers is simply equivalent to delaying their pain for a future date. Despite the best efforts of this economic stimulus package, the economy will never fully recover while borrowers are pinned down by their debt.


Principles the Federal Government Must Consider When Acting for Student Loan Borrowers in Light of COVID-19

20 March 2020

Find a PDF of this letter here. March 20, 2020 Chairman Lamar Alexander 428 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Ranking Member Patty Murray 428 Dirksen… Read more


Addressing Student Debt During COVID-19: What Our Partners and Allies Think

13 March 2020

The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has not only impacted the national economy, but is now preventing families from being able to make ends meet.

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The College Affordability Act: What Our Partners and Allies Think

18 October 2019

The House Education and Labor Committee released its plan to address college costs, student debt, and accountability for higher education institutions. Here’s what we and our partners had to say about the College Affordability Act.

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Sen. Lamar Alexander Releases Sham Effort to Reform Higher Education: What Our Partners and Allies Think

30 September 2019

Sen. Lamar Alexander, Chairman of the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, released his piecemeal plan meant to reform the higher education system. Alexander’s plan has been met with much criticism from advocates for student loan borrowers and consumers. See what our partners and allies had to say about it.

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