Working to advance students' rights to educational opportunity and to ensure that higher education provides a launching point for economic mobility.

“In some cases, borrowers are being held responsible for debt that was linked with an abusive former spouse, forced to choose between paying a debt that isn't theirs..” @FSACOO and @UnderSecKvaal must move quickly before the PSLF waiver deadline. https://t.co/tfq88hQvEc

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We cannot allow people to be victimized again. Let’s act quickly to ensure some of our most deserved student borrowers are able to get relief. https://t.co/WC0CoqWINJ

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As @bmckib notes, @usedgov should act quickly to help thousands of student borrowers separate their debts from ex spouses before the Oct. 31 deadline for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver. https://t.co/5eYS41XcXW

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Debt relief helps millions, but is not a final fix for #HigherEd & #StudentDebt. College programs that fail to prepare graduates to get jobs must not continue to receive billions of federal $$ for leaving students saddled with unmanageable debt. https://t.co/rTy9upsVGt

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The Biden plan would provide life-changing relief to 40 million Americans. But, rather than play whack-a-mole by eliminating relief for some borrowers, it would be great to see the administration confidently defend their plan. https://t.co/w3J9bXEPxI

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Thousands of students were defrauded after Westwood falsely certified that graduates could serve as police officers. Now 79k students will get $1.5 billion in relief. This is why we need to immediately restore the Gainful Employment Rule! https://t.co/sKGuUX1uJ0

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We need front-end accountability protections like the Gainful Employment rule to ensure that college programs that fail to prepare graduates to get jobs do not continue to receive billions of federal $. https://t.co/rTy9upttw1

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Last year, citing our landmark victories in the Courts of Appeal @usedgov reinterpreted the scope of borrower rights under state law & asked for public comment. This week we wrote @FSACOO & @UnderSecKvaal urging them to finalize that interpretation. https://t.co/RGTSU8MbPr

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For years Westwood certified that graduates could serve as cops even though its program didn't make graduates eligible to do so. Now 79k students will get $1.5 billion in relief. This is why we need to restore front-end accountability measures. https://t.co/sKGuUX22yy

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