DeVos guidelines clarify student loan forgiveness rules | IN 60 SECONDS

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has issued new guidelines on federal student-loan forgiveness in an attempt to more sensibly balance the rights of borrowers and taxpayers. Predictably, the higher-education cartel and its media allies were aghast. AEI’s Rick Hess explains how the new standard is clearly better for colleges, taxpayers, and students who are willing to repay their debts.

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