Charlotte Hancock argues these findings are evidence enough that some kind of debt relief plan must move forward. Hancock is the communications director for Generation Progress, the youth centered research and activism part of the Center for American Progress.
According to an interactive map released by Generation Progress, the youth advocacy and research group of the Center for American Progress, many zip codes in Philadelphia County have “astronomical” or “extremely high” loan balances.
STATEMENT: House HEA Proposal Offers Solutions for Current and Future Students, and is a Stepping Stone for Needs of Current Borrowers
House Education and Labor Committee Chairman Bobby Scott (D-VA) today released the College Affordability Act, which recognizes the desperate need for accountability for predatory institutions and presents real affordability solutions for future college students. This bill’s many positive elements include…
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