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  • Changes to student financial aid policy created “flawed,” debt-based system

    In a new analysis of federal financial aid policy, University of Illinois scholar Daniel A. Collier calls for a number of reforms to help students minimize and better manage education loan debt. Collier is a recent alumnus of the doctoral program in education policy, organization and leadership. Richard Herman, a faculty member in the department, co-wrote the study.

    In a new analysis of federal financial aid policy, University of Illinois scholar Daniel A. Collier calls for a number of reforms to help students minimize and better manage education loan debt. Collier is a recent alumnus of the doctoral program in education policy, organization and leadership. Richard Herman, a faculty member in the department, co-wrote the study.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Daniel Collier, call 847-727-7418; email daniel.anthony.collier@gmail.com

    The paper “Modifying the Federal Loan Guarantee Provision in the Higher Education Act of 1965: An Overview of Federal Loan Policies that have Transitioned Higher Education from the Social Good” is available online or from the News Bureau.