Policy Round-Up: Student Loans

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The U.S. Senate recently failed to pass the Bank on Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act (S. 2432). The bill, introduced by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), sought to allow students who took out student loans to refinance permitting them to take advantage of new (and lower) interest rates established for students who applied for federal loans […]

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Education Is Key To Stronger America

I recently hosted an education event in which I invited Martha J. Kanter, Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, and Dennis M. Walcott, Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, at Frederick Douglass Academy, my alma mater, in Harlem.

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Tax Cuts for America’s Students

It is extremely difficult to get a decent job in today’s economy without a college degree. As the cost of tuition rises, students are forced to take out larger loans to pay for school. America’s college students are finding themselves signing away their destinies just so they can have more opportunities to succeed in life. […]

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