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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

Higher Education Policy Headlines -- August 9, 2019

Some higher ed policy headlines in the news this morning:

Inside Higher Ed discusses higher education policy proposals of some of the candidates for the Democratic nomination for president, comparing the Warren/Sanders proposals to more "moderate" proposals.

Inside Higher Ed also discusses changes in in-state tuition policies at the University of Michigan and what the change means for DACA students.

Newsweek discusses some myths and facts about student loan debt.

Inside Higher Ed reports that 12 leaders of community college systems have written to members of Congress requesting certain provisions for the next Higher Education Act reauthorization, including making short-term postsecondary programs eligible for Pell Grants and providing access to student-level data, among other things.

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