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What Does The Future of Income-Driven Repayment Look Like?

Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) was meant to offer millions of federal student loan borrowers a pathway out from under historic levels of student debt. Unfortunately, IDR’s track record of success in making student loans affordable and time-limited is mixed. A growing body of analysis points to significant problems with the implementation and current design of IDR, […]
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What Latino Student Loan Borrowers Need to Know About Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Join the Student Borrower Protection Center (SBPC) and UnidosUS for a webinar highlighting what Latino student loan borrowers need to know about managing their student loans, information on accessing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, and to learn about getting involved in a campaign to restore the promise of PSLF. The webinar will feature […]
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What Adjunct and Contingent Faculty Need to Know About Public Service Loan Forgiveness and Managing Their Student Loans

Join the Student Borrower Protection Center (SBPC), the American Federation of Teachers, and the American Association of University Professors for a webinar highlighting what adjunct and contingent faculty need to know about managing their student loans, information on accessing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, and to learn about getting involved in a campaign […]
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Social Workers & Public Service Loan Forgiveness

The Student Borrower Protection Center, and the National Association of Social Workers hosted a webinar highlighting what social workers need to know about managing their student loans, information on accessing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, and ways to get involved in a campaign to restore the promise of PSLF. For the first time […]
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Protecting America’s Frontline Workers: A Borrower Town Hall on Public Service & Debt Relief

The Student Borrower Protection Center (SBPC) and Student Debt Crisis Center (SDCC) hosted a town hall event highlighting the experiences and struggles of public service workers’ accessing promised student loan forgiveness and why the Biden administration must take bold action to fix the broken Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. The event included remarks from […]
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Servicemembers, Veterans, & Public Service Loan Forgiveness

The SBPC and Veterans Education Success (VES) held a webinar highlighting what veterans, servicemembers and their families need to know about managing their student loans, information on accessing the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, and to learn about getting involved in a campaign to restore the promise of PSLF. For the first time ever, […]
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Stamping Out Financial Discrimination: How New Legal Approaches Can Deliver Greater Accountability in the Student Loan Market & Beyond

This event hosted by the SBPC examined the impact of discrimination in the student loan market and how novel legal strategies to address it can be used to crack down on harmful and predatory practices across the consumer financial marketplace. For decades, gaps in the legal system have left broad swaths of the consumer finance […]
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Crisis on the Farm: How Student Debt is Impacting Rural Communities & Affecting Plans for a New Generation of Farmers

The Student Borrower Protection Center and the National Young Farmers Coalition hosted an event examining the effects student loan debt is having on farmers and rural communities and discussing what can be done to support these borrowers and the communities they live in.
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New York’s Student Debt Crisis: How Policymakers and Advocates are Partnering to Protect Borrowers

The Student Borrower Protection Center, Young Invincibles, Community Service Society, and New Yorkers for Responsible Lending hosted a virtual event on higher education and student debt in New York. The event will featured two panel discussions. In the first, state lawmakers highlighted legislation they are championing to tackle the student debt crisis in the state. […]
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How the Student Debt Crisis is Holding Back Small Businesses: Delivering Relief During COVID and Beyond

The Student Borrower Protection Center and Small Business Majority held a virtual event exploring how student debt is affecting small business owners and what actions can be taken to deliver relief and support this vital sector of our economy. Research Roundup: The Student Debt Crisis is a Crisis for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship Prior to […]
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