Public Servants Could Get Stiffed for the Student Debt Forgiveness They Were Counting On

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Public Servants Could Get Stiffed for the Student Debt Forgiveness They Were Counting On

Mar, 31st 2017

Desirée Ward has taught at Central Texas community colleges for five years, sometimes shuttling between two campuses to teach as many as seven writing and humanities courses in a semester.

The pay isn’t great, and there is no health insurance or retirement plan. But she loves teaching, particularly to first-generation college students like herself, and she’s had another reason to stick with it: the promise that a federal program meant to help public servants will eventually wipe away her student loans.

That, Ward figures, would free up cash and help her save for the future. But the two years she’s spent gathering the paperwork that would prove her eligibility have her increasingly concerned that might never happen, and...

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