Special Episode: How Has Mandating the FAFSA Played Out in Louisiana?

In a special episode of "Off The Cuff," NASFAA President Justin Draeger interviews Ken Bradford of the Louisiana Department of Education. The state of Louisiana has in recent years garnered additional attention in the K-12 and higher education communities for requiring high school seniors to complete the FAFSA in order to graduate, as part of a larger financial aid planning requirement. Bradford, the assistant superintendent in the Office of Student Opportunities, shares in the interview how the state Department of Education brought together several stakeholders to develop a plan and provide the necessary support for students and families before implementing the requirement. Listen on to hear more of Ken's insights on outcomes from the first two years with the requirement in place, solutions for unique student circumstances, and advice for other states considering making a similar move. "Off The Cuff" will return to its regularly-scheduled content this Friday with a new episode!

Speakers

Justin Draeger Ken Bradford
Justin Draeger
President & CEO
NASFAA

Ken Bradford
Assistant Superintendent
Louisiana Department of Education, Office of Student Opportunities

 

Publication Date: 9/9/2019


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