"The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday struck down President Biden’s sweeping plan to cancel some debt for millions of people who took out loans for a college education," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.
..."The ruling wasn’t a total black eye for reform advocates. After Biden announced his forgiveness plan back in August, the appetite in Washington shrank for conversations about more measured changes to America’s student-debt problem, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
'Student-loan forgiveness has taken up all the oxygen in Washington, D.C.,' he told The Chronicle. 'All of this has just underscored the need for student-loan reform, and we’re anxious to have that conversation.'"
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Publication Date: 6/30/2023