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Round-up: Biden Comments on Student Loan Forgiveness Spark National Reaction - May 24, 2022

Round-up: Biden Comments on Student Loan Forgiveness Spark Nationa...

May 24, 2022

President Joe Biden’s recent remarks about forgiving some student loan debt and further extending the federal moratorium on repayments beyond August 31 continues to spark significant buzz this week in the media and on social media.
 
Below are a sample of today’s news and commentary from national and region media outlets:
 
As Biden Zeroes In on Student-Loan Forgiveness Decision, Voter Anxiety Grows
The Wall Street Journal (May 23, 2022)
 
Who Has Student Loan Debt in America?
The Washington Post (May 22, 2022)
 
The Student Debt Gender Gap: Women Burdened More by Debt Call for Systemic Changes
Good Morning America.com (May 23, 2022)
 
Americans Don’t Believe Biden Will Cancel Student Debt
Quartz.com (May 23, 2022)
 
Q&A: Student Loan Forgiveness Unlikely to Boost the Economy
Los Angeles Times (May 24, 2022)
 
The Congressional Black Caucus Calls for 'Broad-Based' Student Debt Cancellation as Biden Inches Closer to a Decision
Business Insider.com (May 20, 2022)
 
 
Biden’s Cave to the Left on Student Loan Debt Comes With Political Price – Commentary
Boston Herald (May 24, 2022) 
 
America Turned the Greatest Vehicle of Social Mobility Into a Debt Machine - Commentary
The New York Times (May 21, 2022)
 
Professor: Biden's Didn't Start Student Loan Fire, But His Forgiveness Could Make It Hotter - Commentary
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH (May 23, 2022)
 
Student Loan Forgiveness Would Take From 'Working Poor' Give to 'Bookish Rich' - Commentary
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH (May 23, 2022)
 
President Biden Must Keep His Promise on Student Loan Forgiveness – Commentary
NJ.com (May 23, 2022)
 
The Collateral Damage of Canceling Student Debt – Commentary
ColoradoPolitics.com (May 24, 2022)
 
 
President Joe Biden’s recent remarks about forgiving some student loan debt and further extending the federal moratorium on repayments beyond August 31 continues to spark significant buzz this week in the media and on social media.
 
Below are a sample of today’s news and commentary from national and region media outlets:
 
As Biden Zeroes In on Student-Loan Forgiveness Decision, Voter Anxiety Grows
The Wall Street Journal (May 23, 2022)
 
Who Has Student Loan Debt in America?
The Washington Post (May 22, 2022)
 
The Student Debt Gender Gap: Women Burdened More by Debt Call for Systemic Changes
Good Morning America.com (May 23, 2022)
 
Americans Don’t Believe Biden Will Cancel Student Debt
Quartz.com (May 23, 2022)
 
Q&A: Student Loan Forgiveness Unlikely to Boost the Economy
Los Angeles Times (May 24, 2022)
 
The Congressional Black Caucus Calls for 'Broad-Based' Student Debt Cancellation as Biden Inches Closer to a Decision
Business Insider.com (May 20, 2022)
 
 
Biden’s Cave to the Left on Student Loan Debt Comes With Political Price – Commentary
Boston Herald (May 24, 2022) 
 
America Turned the Greatest Vehicle of Social Mobility Into a Debt Machine - Commentary
The New York Times (May 21, 2022)
 
Professor: Biden's Didn't Start Student Loan Fire, But His Forgiveness Could Make It Hotter - Commentary
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH (May 23, 2022)
 
Student Loan Forgiveness Would Take From 'Working Poor' Give to 'Bookish Rich' - Commentary
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH (May 23, 2022)
 
President Biden Must Keep His Promise on Student Loan Forgiveness – Commentary
NJ.com (May 23, 2022)
 
The Collateral Damage of Canceling Student Debt – Commentary
ColoradoPolitics.com (May 24, 2022)
 
 

May 24, 2022

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Inside Higher Ed

Young Adults Take Longer to Get Good Jobs

Young Adults Take Longer to Get Good Jobs

May 19, 2022

Two new reports from Georgetown University find that more young adults with college degrees end up with “good jobs,” but it takes them longer to get there than previous generations.
Two new reports from Georgetown University find that more young adults with college degrees end up with “good jobs,” but it takes them longer to get there than previous generations.

May 19, 2022

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

What’s Behind the Surge in No-Confidence Votes?

What’s Behind the Surge in No-Confidence Votes?

May 19, 2022

Faculty Senate bodies at three campuses in the University of Maine system voted no confidence in the system chancellor, Dannel P. Malloy. Faculty members at Piedmont University, in Georgia, and Sonoma State University, in California, cast no-confidence votes in their presidents. So did members of the Academic Senate at California State University at Los Angeles. At the University of Illinois at Springfield, the provost was the subject of a vote of no confidence. And at Henderson State University, in Arkansas, the Faculty Senate’s no-confidence vote in the chancellor requested his “immediate dismissal.”
Faculty Senate bodies at three campuses in the University of Maine system voted no confidence in the system chancellor, Dannel P. Malloy. Faculty members at Piedmont University, in Georgia, and Sonoma State University, in California, cast no-confidence votes in their presidents. So did members of the Academic Senate at California State University at Los Angeles. At the University of Illinois at Springfield, the provost was the subject of a vote of no confidence. And at Henderson State University, in Arkansas, the Faculty Senate’s no-confidence vote in the chancellor requested his “immediate dismissal.”

May 19, 2022

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The Washington Post

Education Dept. Extends Waiver Limiting Audits Of Financial Aid Forms

Education Dept. Extends Waiver Limiting Audits Of Financial Aid Forms

May 19, 2022

The Biden administration said Wednesday the Education Department will continue to temporarily relax its audit of students who apply for federal grants and loans, with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic still rippling throughout higher education.
The Biden administration said Wednesday the Education Department will continue to temporarily relax its audit of students who apply for federal grants and loans, with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic still rippling throughout higher education.

May 19, 2022

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Inside Higher Ed

Hoops and Hurdles

Hoops and Hurdles

May 19, 2022

New York’s free tuition program continues to mostly cover tuition for middle-income students and leave out low-income students, who are also disadvantaged by overly bureaucratic and cumbersome application requirements, according to a new report.
New York’s free tuition program continues to mostly cover tuition for middle-income students and leave out low-income students, who are also disadvantaged by overly bureaucratic and cumbersome application requirements, according to a new report.

May 19, 2022

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