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Roundup: House Tax Bill - November 13, 2017

Roundup: House Tax Bill - November 13, 2017

November 13, 2017

November 13, 2017

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Politico

What to Expect as New Higher Ed Rulemaking Begins

What to Expect as New Higher Ed Rulemaking Begins

November 13, 2017

The Trump administration this morning is kicking off the long, painstaking process of coming up with new rules governing federal loan forgiveness for defrauded students, mandatory arbitration agreements, and the financial standards colleges must meet to receive federal student aid. An Education Department rulemaking committee will convene for the first time this morning at a hotel across from the agency’s D.C. headquarters to negotiate the Trump administration’s replacement for a package of Obama-era regulations known as “borrower defense to repayment.”
The Trump administration this morning is kicking off the long, painstaking process of coming up with new rules governing federal loan forgiveness for defrauded students, mandatory arbitration agreements, and the financial standards colleges must meet to receive federal student aid. An Education Department rulemaking committee will convene for the first time this morning at a hotel across from the agency’s D.C. headquarters to negotiate the Trump administration’s replacement for a package of Obama-era regulations known as “borrower defense to repayment.”

November 13, 2017

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The Washington Post

The Last Stand for American Higher Education? - Opinion

The Last Stand for American Higher Education? - Opinion

November 13, 2017

Columnist Jeffrey J. Selingo writes: The success of these few schools has made all of higher education a large target in the GOP tax plans making their way through the legislative process on Capitol Hill. Unlike the tax breaks given to corporations and wealthy Americans, colleges and universities — and the parents and students who pay their tuition bills — face a plethora of unfavorable provisions.
Columnist Jeffrey J. Selingo writes: The success of these few schools has made all of higher education a large target in the GOP tax plans making their way through the legislative process on Capitol Hill. Unlike the tax breaks given to corporations and wealthy Americans, colleges and universities — and the parents and students who pay their tuition bills — face a plethora of unfavorable provisions.

November 13, 2017

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The Hechinger Report

Research Confirms and Urgent Need to Improve How Students Are Supported When Choosing College Majors - Opinion Piece

Research Confirms and Urgent Need to Improve How Students Are Suppo...

November 13, 2017

William Hansen & Johnny C. Taylor Jr. write: Research shows that most students are lacking valued advice when making these decisions — and too many come to regret their choices later in life.
William Hansen & Johnny C. Taylor Jr. write: Research shows that most students are lacking valued advice when making these decisions — and too many come to regret their choices later in life.

November 13, 2017

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Inside Higher Ed

2 Borrowers Sue Over Forgiveness of Student Loans

2 Borrowers Sue Over Forgiveness of Student Loans

November 13, 2017

Frustrated with the slow resolution of loan forgiveness claims at the Department of Education, two borrowers have filed a lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and loan servicing company Navient in federal court.
Frustrated with the slow resolution of loan forgiveness claims at the Department of Education, two borrowers have filed a lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and loan servicing company Navient in federal court.

November 13, 2017

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