Cancel the student loan debt of public sector workers with 10 years of service
Created in 2007, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program was designed to encourage college graduates to pursue careers in education, health care, firefighting, and other forms of public service. The program promised to wipe away federal student debt after 120 qualifying monthly payments—10 years’ worth of payments. Instead, under the failed leadership of the previous administration, the Department of Education rejected 98 percent of the PSLF applications filed since 2017, when the first public sector workers became eligible for relief.
Email Education Secretary Cardona and tell him to provide relief NOW.