More than three-quarters of college students want stricter gun laws, ban on assault-style weapons and stronger background checks.
In a joint letter, nearly 60 organizations called for a balance between an openly collaborative scientific environment and national security.
Bennet plans to make higher education affordable and increase support for low and middle-income students through Pell grants and other aid programs.
Critics believe that the merger of two top publishers would “reduce competition, disincentivize innovation, and raise prices for students.”
The new rules would ensure stronger protections for student borrowers from misrepresentation and fraud and save taxpayers $11.1 billion in the next 10 years.
The organization is asking like-minded organizations and people to write to members of Congress to encourage support for FUTURE Act.
The Graduation Alliance will offer a free online educational program to help adult learners who have not yet graduated high school or earned a GED to graduate.
The new law will tighten the regulations governing student loan servicing companies and create a Student Loan Ombudsman.
Nearly 25,000 veterans with a total and permanent disability will have their student loans forgiven through Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Discharge process.
Between 60 and 69 percent of the American adults endorse the idea of making public four and two-year colleges tuition-free.