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2021 Daily Briefing

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December 6, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; President Signs Continuing Resolution Averting Federal Government Shutdown; Senate Confirms Sandra Bruce as Department of Education Inspector General; Democratic Senators Send Letter to Federal Student Loan Servicers on Plans to Transition Borrowers Back into Repayment; Department of Education Establishes Institutional and Programmatic Eligibility Committee, Sets Negotiated Rulemaking Schedule Beginning in January; CFPB Ombudsman Office Issues Annual  Report; Rep. Vela Introduces Protect Minority Student Borrowers Act, Rep. Carter  Introduces No Double Debt for Disaster Survivors Act; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

 

 

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December 2, 2021

Articles on: House and Senate Reach Agreement on Short-Term Continuing Resolution, Extends Federal Funding Through February 18; Education Under Secretary Kvaal Addresses FSA Training Conference, Focuses on Expanding College Access; Federal Reserve, CFPB Announce New Dollar Thresholds for Regulation Z; National Student Clearinghouse Releases High School Benchmark Report; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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December 1, 2021

Articles on: SAVE THE DATE: NCHER Legislative and Leadership Conference to be Held January 31–February 2, 2022 in Washington, DC; Axios: Senate Banking Committee Ranking Member Toomey Warns White House Not to Appoint Cordray to Federal Reserve; FSA Releases Toolkit to Prepare Borrowers for Student Loan Payments to Restart; ARRC Releases Newsletter for October and November; CBO Report Projects Nation’s Debt Limit Will Be Reached in December; Federal Reserve Releases Beige Book, Showing Continued Economic Growth; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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November 30, 2021

Articles on:WSJ: White House Considering Richard Cordray for Position on Federal Reserve Board;FSA COO Cordray Provides Opening Remarks at Training Conference, Focuses on FAFSA Completion;HBCUs Send Letter to Senate Urging Passage of Build Back Better Act; House Majority Leader Hoyer Releases Calendar for 2022; CFPB Releases New Rule Setting 2022 Ceiling on Allowable Charges for Consumer Reports; ACE Sends Letter to DHS Asking to Expand Access to DACA; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

 

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November 29, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; Politico: Foxx Seeks to Keep Top Republican Seat on House Education and Labor Committee Next Congress; Federal Reserve Releases Minutes From Last FOMC Meeting, Reveals Heightened Concern Over Inflation; Education Design Labs Report Highlights How Four Community Colleges are Reimagining Higher Ed for Single Moms; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

 

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November 22, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing Publishing on Abbreviated Schedule This Week; Weekly Rundown; House Passes Build Back Better Act, Senate Slated to Begin Consideration Before Christmas; ACE, Higher Education Organizations Send Letter to Department of Education to Ensure Smooth Transition to Repayment; Senate Democrats Send Letter to the Department of Education on Returning Defaulted Borrowers to Good Standing; Under Secretary Kvaal Addresses Free Community College and Debt Forgiveness at Chronicle Event; UC Provost Says System Will Be Test-Free Admissions Going Forward; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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November 18, 2021

Articles On: CBO Issues Score on Education and Labor Provisions of Build Back Better Act, House Set to Vote on Final Passage; 11th Circuit Grants Motion to Rehear Challenge to Hunstein; House Education and Labor Subcommittees Hold Hearing on Implementation of COVID-19 Education Funds; National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Report Updates Higher Education Enrollment for Fall 2021; Strada’s “Lessons Earned” Podcast Talks with AEI’s Dr. Beth Akers on Return on Investment of College; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News-PHEAA; General News

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November 17, 2021

Articles on: SAVE THE DATE: NCHER Legislative and Leadership Conference to be Held January 31–February 2, 2022 in Washington, DC!; Department of Education OIG Releases Annual Report for FY2022; AEI Report on Gaps in Education Data; TICAS Releases Report on Student Debt and the Class of 2020; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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November 16, 2021

Articles on: Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Signed Into Law Includes Targeted Expansion of Private Activity Bonds; House Education and Labor Committee Republicans Write Letter to FTC on Unfair Targeting of For-Profit Colleges; APLU Report Examines How Public Universities are Driving Innovative Solutions”; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

 

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November 15, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; NCHER, Other Trade Associations Ask IRS to Clarify 1099-C Reporting is Unnecessary When Student Loans are Forgiven; House Scheduled to Vote on Build Back Better Act This Week; Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Leahy Announces Retirement; Rep. Wild Sends Letter to Education Secretary Cardona Urging Protection of Student Loan Borrowers in Repayment; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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November 10, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Offices Closed for Veterans Day, Daily Briefing Resumes Publication Next Week; Department of Education Begins Implementing Changes under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program; Hinshaw and Culbertson Updates Its 50 State Guide to Student Loan Servicing Regulations; New York Fed Releases Household Debt and Credit Report, Finds Student Loan Balances Grew by $14 Billion; CFPB to Host Webinar on Public Service Loan Forgiveness; OSC Closes Probe into Former Secretary DeVos, Cites Lack of Help from the Department; FTC Announces Order Banning Automatic Funds Transfer Services From Student Debt Relief Processing; PHEAA Announces Agreement with FSA, One-Year Contract Extension on Servicing Federal Student Loans; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

 

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November 8, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing Publishing on Abbreviated Schedule This Week

Weekly Rundown

Department of Education Completes Second Sessions of Negotiated Rulemaking on Student Aid, Focuses on Creation of New Income-Driven Repayment Plan; Department of Education Announces Recall of Loans, End of Contracts with Private Collection Agencies; House Passes Bipartisan Infrastructure Package, Democrats Unable to Pass Build Back Better Act; Joint Economic Committee Republicans Release Report on Higher Education and Family Formation; Federal Reserve Report Shows Consumer Credit Increased by 8.3 Percent in September; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

 

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November 4, 2021

Articles on: House Democrats Release Updated Version of Build Back Better Act, Hope for Vote Later Today or Tomorrow; Department of Education Continues Second Sessions of Negotiated Rulemaking on Student Aid, No Consensus Reached on Borrower Defense to Repayment Changes; Senate Democrats Send Letter to Loan Servicers Asking for Transition Plans; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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November 3, 2021

Articles on: Department of Education Continues Second Sessions of Negotiated Rulemaking on Student Aid; Senate Democrats Write Letter to Education Secretary Cardona Urging Him to Simplify and Expand Student Loan Discharge Options; Progressive Organizations Send Letter to President Biden Urging Student Loan Forgiveness; Federal Open Market Committee Concludes Two-Day Meeting, Begins to Reduce Asset Purchases; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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November 2, 2021

Articles on: Senate Banking Committee Holds Hearing on LIBOR Transition; Department of Education Resumes Negotiated Rulemaking Sessions on Student Aid; Sen. Feinstein and Rep. Harder Send Letter to Secretary Cardona on PSLF; CFPB Report Finds Credit Report Disputes Common in Minority Neighborhoods; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

 

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November 1, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; Department of Education Begins Second Set of Negotiated Rulemaking Sessions on Loan Issues; FSA Issues Updated Guidance on Financial Aid Offers; Rep. Morelle Introduces Legislation to Provide Pell Grant Flexibility to Students with Disabilities; Reps. Fernandez and Spartz Introduce Bill to Help Build Financial Literacy Skills; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

 

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October 28, 2021

Articles on: White House Releases Updated Framework for Build Back Better Act, But Support Shaky; Senate Banking Committee Holds Hearing on Semi-Annual Report of CFPB; FCC Announces Launch of Reassigned Numbers Database; Community College Students Hold Rally to Push for Free College Despite Long Odds; Progressive Groups Call for “Bolder Action” on Student Loan Reform; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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October 27, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Webinar on Education Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2022; FSA Releases Quarterly Portfolio Report, Federal Student Loans Stand at $1.59 Trillion; House Education and Labor Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Policies and Priorities of FSA; House Financial Services Committee Holds Hearing to Review CFPB; College Board Releases Trends Report, Finds Continued Decline in Student Loan Borrowing; Strada Alumni Report Examines Student Outcomes Beyond Completion; College Ave Student Loans Survey Highlights How Families Prepare for Financing College; Third Way Releases Survey Results on Support for Higher Education in the Build Back Better Act; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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October 26, 2021

Articles on: Senate HELP Committee Approves Nominations of Loyd and Bruce for Senior Roles at Department of Education; House Financial Services Committee Releases November Schedule; White House Nominates Rosenworcel for FCC Chairwoman; CFPB Issues Spanish Translation of Model Validation Notice; National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Report Finds Undergraduate Enrollment Decline; FSA Announces Federal Perkins Loan Revolving Fund Distribution of Assets Timeline; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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October 25, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; CFPB Director Chopra Selects Former Justice Department Official to Lead Enforcement Division, Frotman Returns as Advisor; FCC Announces Charges for Use of Reassigned Numbers Database; Hope Center Report Examines How Colleges Can Support Students’ Non-Tuition Expenses; Ed Trust Report Examines How Black Borrowers Experience Student Loans; Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunities Examines Return on Investment of Postsecondary Education; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

 

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October 21, 2021

Articles on: House Education and Labor Committee Announces Hearing on FSA Policies and Priorities; Community College Advocates, House Democrats Urge White House Not to Drop Free College From Revised Build Back Better Act; House Financial Services Committee Republicans Send Letter to CFPB Director Chopra Outlining Concerns With Recent Partisan Actions; U.S. Department of Education News; General News 

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October 20, 2021

Articles on: Department of Education Announces FSA Approval of Maximus to Assume Federal Servicing Contract from Navient;CFPB Joins Financial Regulatory Agencies in Issuing Statement on LIBOR Transition; Senate Approves Lhamon Nomination to Serve as Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights; President Meets with House and Senate Democrats to Outline Possible Deal on Build Back Better Act; President Signs Executive Order on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Black Americans; Fidelity Investments Issues Research Showing Baby Boomers Most Impacted by End of Federal Student Loan Payment Pause; Federal Reserve Releases Beige Book, Shows Pace of Economic Activity Slowed Because of Supply Chain and Labor Shortages; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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October 19, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Webinar on Education Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2022; Two Long-Time Democrats Announce Retirement from the House; ARRC Announces Plan to Hold Another Symposium on the Move Away from LIBOR; Treasury Secretary Yellen Sends Letter to Congressional Leadership on Debt Limit; NCAN FAFSA Tracker Shows Potential for Enrollment Decline; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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October 14, 2021

Articles on:  NCHER Fall Legal Meeting: Final Agenda Has Been Released, Register Today!; Department of Education Settles PSLF Lawsuit with AFT; FSA COO Cordray’s Addresses Financial Literacy and Education Commission, Discusses PSLF Changes;Federal Reserve Releases Minutes from Latest FOMC Meeting, Indicates Tapering of Asset Purchases Could Begin Next Month; AccessLex Institute Releases Issue Brief on Income-Driven Repayment; Strada Education Network Launches $10 Million Beyond Completion Challenge; Third Way Report Examines How One Fix Could Improve Student Loan Repayment; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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October 12, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing Publishing on Abbreviated Schedule This Week; Weekly Rundown; Senate Passes Short-Term Increase in Debt Limit, House Votes Today; Department of Education Completes First Negotiated Rulemaking Session, Covers Remaining Issue Papers; Department of Education Announces New Office of Enforcement Within FSA; Progressive Democrats Pressure White House to Release Student Debt Memo; House Budget Committee Chair Yarmuth Announces Retirement; Sen. Murkowski, Reed Reintroduce State-Based Education Loan Awareness Act; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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October 7, 2021

Articles on: Senate Leaders Announce Short-Term Deal on Raising Debt Limit; Federal Reserve Report Reveals Increase in Consumer Credit for August, Almost Entire Increase Due to Student Borrowing; Foxx, Grothman Send Letter to Education Secretary Cardona on Experimental Site for Unsubsidized Loans; Department of Education Continues Negotiated Rulemaking Session, Completes Discussion on PSLF and Moves to IDR; ARRC Releases Summary of Spread-Adjusted Fallback Recommendations; CFPB Releases Question and Answer Document on Debt Collection Rule; Pew Releases Report Examining Veteran Student Loan; Debt U.S. Department of Education News; General News;

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October 6, 2021

Articles on: Department of Education Announces Overhaul of Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program; Department of Education Continues Negotiated Rulemaking Session, Completes Discussion on Borrower Defense to Repayment and Moves to PSLF; Senate Confirms Three Officials for the Department of Education, Including General Counsel; CBO Releases Cost of Federal Credit Programs, Finds Student Loan Programs Cost $12.6 Billion Using Fair-Value Basis; FTC Sends Notice to For-Profit Colleges Warning Them About Graduates’ Potential Salaries or Job Prospects; Rep. Krishnamoorthi Requests Information on “Stranded Credits” from Higher Education Officials in Five States; Strada Education Network and 28 HBCUs Announce Partnership Focused on Developing Next Generation of Leaders; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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October 5, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Fall Legal Meeting: Two Weeks to Register, Final Agenda Has Been Released!; Department of Education Releases Memo on Quarterly Special Allowance Rates; Department of Education Continues Negotiated Rulemaking Sessions on Loan Issues, Completes Discussion on Interest Capitalization; Department of Education Hires Firm to Review Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, House Republicans Criticize Rumored Rewrite; FSA Announces Transfer of Accounts for Departing Federal Student Loan Servicers; Department of Education Announces Intention to Establish Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on 90/10 Rule; ARRC Newsletter Discusses LIBOR Transition; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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October 4, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge to Bankruptcy Discharge Limits; Department of Education Begins Negotiated Rulemaking Sessions on Loan Issues; House Appropriations Committee Chair DeLauro Writes Letter to Education Secretary Cardona Urging Stronger Borrower Defense Rulemaking Proposal; FSA Alerts Aid Administrators to Look Out for Potential Inaccurate AGIs on FAFSAs; Brookings Report Examines Student Outcomes at Community Colleges; Sens. Hagerty, Cramer Introduce CFPB Accountability Act; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 30, 2021

Articles on: Senate Confirms Chopra as CFPB Director; Congress Passes, President Signs Continuing Resolution With AMF Extension But Without Debt Ceiling Increase; Education Secretary Cardona Expresses Concern About Loss of Free Community College Program as Budget Reconciliation Talks Progress; House Education and Labor Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Closed School Discharges; Strada Report Examines Attitudes Surrounding Postsecondary Education; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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September 29, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Fall Legal Meeting: Registration Is Open, Final Agenda Has Been Released!; Department of Education Circulates Draft Proposals on Negotiated Rulemaking Topics, Proposes to Restore Obama-Era Rules; Navient Announces Plan to Transfer Federal Student Loan Servicing Contract to Maximus; Department of Education Releases Cohort Default Rates; Congress Clears Legislation to Address Problems in the TEACH Grant Program; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 28, 2021

Articles on: Senate Rejects Continuing Resolution, Republicans Continue to Oppose Raising Debt Limit; House Speaker Pelosi Announces Chamber Will Separate Reconciliation Package from Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, House Vote Still Set for Thursday Amid Progressive Unrest; Department of Education Releases Members of the Negotiated Rulemaking Accountability and Student Loan Committee, Includes O’Connell and Shaffner; House and Senate Education Committee Leaders Write Letter to Education Secretary on Repayment Freeze; Senate Banking Committee Holds Hearing on CARES Act Oversight, But Debt Ceiling Topic of Conversation; College Board Announces Plans for Shorter CSS Profile, Makes Free for Low-Income Families; Biden Administration Issues Proposed Rule to Codify Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program

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September 27, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; House Speaker Pelosi Delays Vote on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill until Thursday, Seeks Framework for Reconciliation Package; Higher Education Organizations Urge Repeal of Taxability of Pell Grants for Non-Tuition Expenses; Twenty-Two Attorneys General Make Recommendations to Improve Public Service Loan Forgiveness; Pew Releases Recommendations to Improve Income Driven Repayment; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 23, 2021

Articles on: U.S. House Moves to Final Passage of NDAA, Without Rep. Adams’ Private Loan Amendment; President Biden Meets with Moderate and Progressive Democrats to Resolve Differences on Reconciliation; Consumer Groups Send Letter to Education Secretary Cardona on Public Service Loan Forgiveness; FCC Issues Final Rule on TRACED Act; AccessLex Report on Debt for Young Lawyers Shows Different Impact by Race; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 22, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Slated to Hold Roundtable on Exploring New Business Opportunities in the Higher Education Finance Marketplace; House Passes Continuing Resolution to Keep Federal Government Open, Likely to Fail in the Senate; House Passes Dean Amendment to NDAA, Requiring Private Loan Lenders to Discharge in Case of Death or Disability; Senate Votes to Consider Chopra Nomination to Head CFPB; Federal Reserve Maintains Funds Rate at Near Zero, Indicates Tapering of Asset Purchases Coming Soon; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

 

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September 21, 2021

Articles on: House Democrats Introduce Continuing Resolution to Keep Federal Government Open, Includes AMF Extension; Student Borrower Protection Center Releases Data on PSLF Program, Shows Certain Teachers Were Not Deemed Eligible; GAO Report Finds FSA is Understaffed; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

 

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September 20, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; U.S. House to Consider NDAA This Week, Private Education Loan Amendments Filed; FSA COO Cordray Outlines Student Aid Priorities, Focus on Payment Pause and FFEL Program; Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Leahy Delays Markups, Citing Republican Resistance; SEC Chair Gensler Addresses SOFR Symposium, Says Time to Stop Writing LIBOR Contracts; NCES Releases Data Showing Majority of Undergraduates Rely on Federal Aid; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 16, 2021

Articles On:  House Ways and Means Committee Passes Tax Portion of Build Back Better Act; Congressional Democrats Set to Meet with White House on Government Funding Package; Department of Education Chief Data Officer Blogs on Insights From HEERF Reporting; UnidosUS Releases New Study on Major Obstacles to College Completion for Latinx Students; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 15, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Fall Legal Meeting: Registration Is Now Open, Preliminary Agenda Has Been Released!; Senate Democrats, State Attorneys General Applaud Department of Education’s Federal Preemption Revision; Senate Democrats Struggle to Reach Agreement on Budget Reconciliation; The Century Foundation Releases Report on Funding Gaps for HBCUs; College Board Announces Fewer Students Took SAT This Year Because of COVID; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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September 14, 2021

Articles on: Senate Approves Kvaal Nomination to Serve as Under Secretary of Education; President Biden Signs Executive Order Boosting Hispanic Education; NerdWallet Releases Survey Finding Some Parent PLUS Loan Borrowers Not Ready to Resume Repayment; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 13, 2021

Articles on: Weekly Rundown; House Education and Labor Committee Passes Build Back Better Act; House Ways and Means Committee Unveils Budget Reconciliation Provisions, Includes Pell Grant and Endowment Taxation; House Republicans Send Letter to Education Secretary Cardona Opposing Mass Cancellation of Student Loans; ARRC Announces Fifth SOFR Symposium: The Final Year; GEPI Releases Analysis of Congressional Proposals to Increase Pell Grants; Virginia State Commission Adopts Regulations Implementing Student Borrower Bill of Rights; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 9, 2021

Articles on: House Education and Labor Committee Begins Consideration of Build Back Better Act, Includes Free Community College and Increase in Pell Grants; CFPB Issues Consent Order Against Better Future Forward, Defines ISAs as Private Loans; Treasury Secretary Yellen Writes Letter to Congressional Leaders Urging Action on the Debt Limit; Federal Reserve Releases Consumer Credit Report, Shows Only Slight Increase in Student Loan Balances; White House Appoints Delaware State University President Tony Allen to Lead President’s Board of Advisors on HBCUs; Reps. Adams and Hill Push for HBCU IGNITE Act; CFPB Issues Annual Report to Congress on Credit Card Agreements; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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September 7, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing to Publish on Abbreviated Schedule This Week; Weekly Rundown; House Education and Labor Committee Slated to Consider Budget Reconciliation Package on Thursday; President Signs Executive Order Moving HBCU Initiative Back to Department of Education; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

 

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September 2, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Offices Closed for Labor Day, Daily Briefing Returns on Tuesday; NCHER Legal Meeting Scheduled for October 21: Registration is Now Open for the Fall Event!; Department of Education Announces Resumption of Pre-COVID Verification of Financial Aid Applicants; Department of Education Announces Updated Guidance on Mandatory Assignment of Federal Perkins Loans in Default; FSA Releases FAFSA Presentations; ARRC Releases New FAQs on Use of SOFR Term Rate; National Student Clearinghouse Report Examines Trends for Transfer Students; Illinois Gov. Signs New Private Loan Lender Law, Regulates ISAs; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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August 30, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing to Publish on Abbreviated Schedule This Week; Weekly Rundown; FSA Releases Performance Plan for Chief Operating Officer; TICAS Report Examines Funding Patterns for Public Four-Year Colleges; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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August 26, 2021

Articles on: Department of Education Issues New Standard for Reviewing Borrower Defense to Repayment Claims; Department of Education Announces New Closed School Discharges for 115,000 Former Borrowers from ITT Tech; House Clears Budget Resolution, Triggering the Start of the Reconciliation Process; Financial Regulators Send Letter to Corporate Stakeholders Acknowledging Concern Over Transition Away From LIBOR; Strada Report Examines How to Connect Two-Year Students to a Four-Year School; CFPB Ombudsman Issues 2021 Mid-Year Update; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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August 23, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing to Publish on Abbreviated Schedule This Week; Weekly Rundown; House Returns to Legislative Business to Vote on Budget Resolution Triggering; Reconciliation; Department of Education Announces Relief to Military Student Loan Borrowers; U.S. Department of Education News; Member News; General News

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August 16, 2021

Articles on: NCHER Daily Briefing to Publish on Abbreviated Schedule This Week; Weekly Rundown; Department of Education Nominates Amy Loyd for Assistant Secretary of Career, Technical, and Adult Education; Center for Responsible Lending Brief Examines “Underwater Borrowers”; Third Way Memo Provides Recommendations for How to Fix the Student Loan System; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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August 12, 2021

Articles on: Senate Passes Budget Resolution With $3.5 Trillion in Reconciliation Instructions, House Set to Clear in Late August; Senate Passes Bipartisan Invest in America Act, Includes Higher Education Funding and PAB Expansion; Senate Majority Leader Schumer Sets Vote on Kvaal Nomination for September, Warren Drops Hold; Federal Student Aid Finds Two Closed For-Profit Colleges Owe $6 million; CFPB Releases Report on Mortgage Servicers’ Response to the Pandemic; Urban Institute Report Examines Impact of Pell Grant Formula Changes; U.S. Department of Education News; General News

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