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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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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DeVos’ Guts the Borrower Defense Rule, Making Justice for Defrauded Students More Difficult: What Our Partners and Allies Think

3 September 2019

In the latest attack by Sec. Betsy DeVos on the right for defrauded students to seek justice from their schools, the Department of Education announced its changes to the Borrower Defense rule. See what our allies and partners had to say.

Blog, Existing Student Debt, For-Profit Programs, Partners, Press

The Department of Education Announces $150 Million in Loan Cancellation for Defrauded Students: What Our Partners and Allies Think

14 December 2018

The Department of Education announced on December 13, 2018 that it will cancel thousands of borrowers’ federal student loans through an Obama-era program meant to give relief for students defrauded by their colleges. Ironically, this forgiveness comes through the very same program DeVos failed to destroy earlier this year.
Here’s what our partners and allies had to say about this latest news.

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