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As the higher education community grapples with the latest news around the U.S. Supreme Court's decisions and subsequent response from the Biden administration, officials from the Department of Education (ED) provided updates on FAFSA simplification and other federal initiatives in two sessions at the NASFAA 2023 National Conference in San Diego last week.
A federal court late on Friday partially blocked the Department of Education’s (ED) final rules on borrower defense to repayment from taking effect. The final rules were slated to go into effect on July 1, but a three judge panel sided with a Texas for-profit association, Career Colleges and Schools of Texas, and temporarily prevented the final rules from taking effect for members of the institutions involved in the lawsuit.
NASFAA's 2023-24 Self-Study Guides are now available as PDFs, or in a new interactive e-Reader format, through the RedShelf platform. Written for the independent learner, each Self-Study Guide includes multiple lessons with a variety of exercises to reinforce each lesson. Upon completion of your Self-Study Guide, you can qualify to take the related credential test and potentially earn a NASFAA Professional Credential. Learn more about our Self-Study Guides on our FAQs page.