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The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has unveiled its initial analysis of President Joe Biden’s student loan debt cancellation action, determining the cost of outstanding student loans to the federal government will increase by about $400 billion due to debt cancellation.

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Professional judgment (PJ) is sometimes viewed as one of the more challenging aspects of Title IV program administration. Aid administrators are required to act within the PJ authority and clearly document decisions made. This webinar, airing tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. ET, will teach you guiding principles and assist in their application on your campus. Register now.

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona will join Excelencia in Education at 5:00 p.m. ET this Thursday, September 29, in a special online event that will celebrate the impact of evidence-based programs in higher education that intentionally serve Latino students. The “Examples of Excelencia '' event will recognize programs at the associate, baccalaureate, and graduate levels as well as at community-based organizations that have demonstrated the ways in which they have accelerated Latino student success in postsecondary education. The event will take place on both September 29 and 30, with Cardona slated to deliver opening remarks on the first day’s session. Tune into the livestream and learn more!

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