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Author(s):Project on Student Debt
Title:Addressing student loan repayment burdens: Strengths and weaknesses of the current system
Source:http://projectonstudentdebt.org/files/pub/WHITE...
Date:2006
Organization:Project on Student Debt
Short Description:Describes the current student loan repayment system, assesses its strengths and weaknesses, and identifies practical ways to achieve a more rational and effective balance of borrower obligations and protections.
Annotation:The Project on Student Debt conducted a review of U.S. student loan repayment policies and analyzed the extent to which borrowers are subjected to excessive repayment burdens. The review and analysis found that existing safeguards are well intentioned but flawed, leaving many borrowers without adequate protection. This white paper describes the current system, assesses its strengths and weaknesses, and identifies practical ways to achieve a more rational and effective balance of borrower obligations and protections.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Borrowing/Student Debt
College Access
Documents
Financial Aid

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