REPORT: Addressing the $1.5 Trillion in Federal Student Loan Debt
As policymakers think about solving college affordability for future students, they must not forget about the tens of millions of borrowers already holding college debt.
Congress Should Repeal the Ban on Pell Grants
All people who are incarcerated in state and federal prisons—regardless of why or for how long they are in prison—should once again be able to access Pell Grants, so that they can better the lives of themselves and their families.
Our Vote, Our Voice!
Share a story about how the election process in your state has impacted your ability to vote. Your story is powerful, and by sharing yours you can encourage pro-voter reforms across the country!
REPORT: Pro-Voter Reforms Were Key to Young Americans Voting in the 2018 Elections
Using the AVR and preregistration programs in Oregon and California as examples, along with new data from the 2018 midterm elections, this report illustrates the success these policies have had in registering eligible young people to vote and increasing their civic participation.