Episode 50: Federal Budget Progress, Borrower Defense Delays, and a 'Novel' Idea on Student Loan Debt

This week on "Off The Cuff," Megan brings us up to speed on what's happening in Washington, D.C. politics, while Stephen gives an update on Congress's progress on the federal budget. The team digs into news that the Department of Education is delaying implementation of the borrower defense regulations, and what that will mean for students. Allie outlines the high-level findings from the College Board's annual reports on trends in college pricing and student aid, and Justin and Megan share some member-submitted information on a possible spike in verification rates. Plus, the team discusses the intrigue of a new John Grisham novel on student loan debt.

Publication Date: 10/27/2017


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