College Education Opportunities
Joined by Secretary Riley and several students who have benefitted from student loans, the president announced another drop in the student… read more
Joined by Secretary Riley and several students who have benefitted from student loans, the president announced another drop in the student loan default loan rate, the fourth year in a row. He also stressed that “dramatic advancements in education” are one of his major goals in his second term. After his remarks, he took a few questions from reporters. One of the students also talked about how loans have benefitted her. close
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