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In the latest installment of this occasional series, Assistant Director of Federal Relations Jesse O’Connell discusses the impact of recent elections on reauthorization.
Michael Bennett discusses what community colleges and other institutions are doing to combat default.
The new Exploring Ethics series features case studies about applying NASFAA's Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct.
Adding a little fun and entertainment to financial literacy training can make the lessons more enticing and memorable - find out how.
The "MVP" series spotlights NASFAA members of interest. Neville Brown talks about giving back, and giving hope in the financial aid profession.
Bill provisions: use PPY income in need analysis, reinstate year-round Pell, revise campus-based aid allocation formula.
State performance funding polices often result in unintended impacts CCRC study says.
This journal article digs in to mostly-unexplored territory; looks at institutional characteristics and cohort default rate.
What do you consider the biggest borrowing mistakes? Tell us, how do you help students to avoid them?
New calculation allows institutions that are not performing well to continue offering loans to students, letter said.
The latest issue of Journal of Student Financial Aid is now available at the JSFA repository and micro-site.
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