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Dec 21, 2022

Hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer are joined by ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle to discuss the federal policy developments in 2022 that impacted students and higher education institutions. They look at what got done, what didn’t, and what issues are still pending in 2023, from student loan forgiveness to new Title IX regulations to the upcoming Supreme Court decision on race in college admissions.

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Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:

Congress to Boost Pell Grant by $500
Inside Higher Ed | Dec. 21, 2022

Effort in U.S. Congress to Protect 'Dreamer' Immigrants Stalling
Reuters | Dec. 15, 2022

Student Loan Borrowers Thought They were Getting Relief. Now, Courts Have Put Their Lives on Hold.
NBC | Dec. 10, 2022

360,000 Student Loan Borrowers Received $24 Billion in Forgiveness from Fix to Public Service Loan Forgiveness
CNBC | Dec. 8, 2022

International College Enrollment Ticks Back up After Pandemic
The Washington Post | Nov. 14, 2022

CHIPS+ Could Change the U.S. Semiconductor Supply Chain, and More
The Washington Post | Dec. 19, 2022

New Title IX Rules Get 235,000 Comments
Inside Higher Ed
| Sept. 14, 2022

Financial Aid Letters Don’t Reveal the Real Cost of College
The Washington Post | Dec. 7, 2022

ACE, Higher Ed Groups Launch Task Force to Improve Student Aid Offers and Price Transparency
ACE | Dec. 2, 2022