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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

Higher Ed Policy Headlines for September 5-6, 2019

From the Washington Post: A Government Accountability Office report finds that the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is "being stymied by its confusing terms."

From Inside Higher Education: A new Brookings report "that providing free community college to students does not lead to increased four-year graduation rates, but proponents of free community college argue that that isn't the point of such programs."

Also from Inside Higher Education: Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO), a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, has released a plan for debt-free college.

The Chronicle of Higher Education reports on the Department of Education's "$4.5-million fine against Michigan State University — the largest such penalty ever — for failing to comply with campus-safety regulations" under the Clery Act.

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