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Kevin Carey

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Director of the Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation

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President Obama announced new efforts today to reduce the burden of student debt. He’ll issue an executive order that caps payments to 10 percent of the borrower’s income.

Student Debt

President Obama announced new efforts today to reduce the burden of student debt. He’ll issue an executive order that caps payments to 10 percent of the borrower’s income.

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