"At least 140 college financial aid administrators are scheduled to meet with congressional lawmakers today to make requests such as eliminating the provision requiring colleges to enforce selective service registration and simplifying the federal form to apply for student aid," Politico Pro's Morning Education reports.
"The administrators are in town for the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ leadership conference. Read the group’s priorities here.
The advocacy comes one day after House Speaker Paul Ryan said he supports year-round Pell Grants — a cause the group also supports. More from Michael Stratford."
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Publication Date: 3/1/2017