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The top Republican lawmakers on the House and Senate education committees are once again calling on Education Secretary Miguel Cardona to detail how the Department of Education (ED) is utilizing executive authority to go about implementing changes to the federal student loan portfolio.

As the pause on federal student loan payments and interest accrual continues, some policy experts are calling for federal leaders to take the opportunity to rework accountability metrics tied to student loan default and protect students from poor outcomes.

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