An Updated Look at Student Loan Debt Repayment and Default

July 5, 2017

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Title: An Updated Look at Student Loan Debt Repayment and Default

Authors: Laura W. Perna, James Kvaal & Roman Ruiz

Source: Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative

Penn Wharton’s Public Policy Initiative recently released an issue brief highlighting the state of student debt repayment and default. The brief, An Updated Look at Student Loan Debt Repayment and Default, aims to provide insight on these issues for policymakers as amendments to the Higher Education Act are currently being considered.

Authors Laura W. Perna, James Kvaal and Roman Ruiz also include a review of considerations around student loan policy and offer recommendations for facilitating repayment and lessening default.

To read the full report, please see the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative’s website.

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