Letters to Regulators: 100+ Organizations Urge Biden Administration to Aid Millions of Student Loan Borrowers with Overdue Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) Reforms

AFREF joined over 100 organizations in a letter urging the Department of Education to implement Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) reforms through the creation of an IDR waiver. The post Letters to Regulators: 100+ Organizations Urge Biden Administration to Aid Millions of Student Loan Borrowers with Overdue Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) Reforms appeared first on Americans for Financial […]

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Letters to Regulators: Letter in Response to Request for Comment on Accrediting Agencies up for Review In February 2023

AFREF joined a letter in to response to the Department of Education’s request for comment on accrediting agencies up for review in February 2023. The post Letters to Regulators: Letter in Response to Request for Comment on Accrediting Agencies up for Review In February 2023 appeared first on Americans for Financial Reform.

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Letters to Regulators: Memo to ED Supporting Continuity of Education From Carceral Setting to Reentry In Regulations on Pell Grants for Prison Education Programs

AFREF joined a memo to ED establishing their obligation to support education in reentry as Pell has been reinstated for incarcerated individuals and more individuals who will now begin a postsecondary education inside will not finish their degree within the correctional setting and will instead have to finish during reentry. The paper also demonstrates the […]

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Letters to Regulators: Letter Urging ED to Fix the PSLF Program and Cancel Student Debt for Public Service Workers

AFREF joined over 200 organizations in a letter calling on ED to take immediate executive action to deliver on the promise of Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) by cancelling debts owed by all public service workers who have served for a decade or more and to improve the PSLF program. The post Letters to Regulators: […]

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Letters to Regulators: Letter to the Department of Education on Topics for Upcoming Negotiated Rulemaking

AFREF joined a letter urging the Department of Education to include several topics that would protect borrowers in the upcoming negotiated rulemaking. The post Letters to Regulators: Letter to the Department of Education on Topics for Upcoming Negotiated Rulemaking appeared first on Americans for Financial Reform.

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