Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. The US has its own particular challenges. While the US some of the best universities in the world, the costs of attendance are astronomically high. This cost creates barriers to education for lower-income students and creates a large debt burden for students.
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Learning Life’s Lessons
The U.S. is lagging behind in K-12 education. The problem: The current design of schooling focuses more on test scores than the health and well-being of students.
How can the educational experience be improved so that children are learning, building self-esteem, and growing into healthy adults who can change the world?
Educating and Supporting Students
The Department of Education has programs to help borrowers eliminate their student debt. For example, there are programs that help the newly disabled or public servents with loan forgiveness.
- The Department of Education does not properly educate students before borrowing.
- To defer loan payments due to disability, the process and forms are difficult to complete
Student Loan Borrowers With Disabilities Aren’t Getting Help They Were Promised
How might we help students understand the impact of their student loans prior to taking them out, as well as create a better process to help students pay back or eliminate their loans?