Three Bipartisan Higher Education Reform Ideas For The New Congress

Posted on AllSides January 3rd, 2023
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Prospects for major legislation in the closely divided 118th Congress appear dim. This is especially true for the Higher Education Act, the main law governing the federal role in higher education, which has not seen a comprehensive reauthorization since 2008. To boot, the parties are far apart ideologically on policy: Democrats would prefer to forgive student loans, while Republicans want a reduction in the size and scope of the federal loan program.

Despite these challenges, there are a handful of reforms which may align with both sides’ vision for higher education....

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