"US president Joe Biden has extended the federal pause on student loan repayments into the summer and waived any records of past defaults for borrowers, stoking an election-year showdown over college affordability," Times Higher Education reports.
...“'After more than two years without student loan payments,' said Karen McCarthy, vice-president of public policy and federal relations at the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, 'transitioning millions of borrowers back into repayment cannot happen at the drop of a hat.'"
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Publication Date: 4/7/2022