Department of Education

Make students who use federal assisted programs such as FASFA accountable for the money used for school.

Problem: I personally know of the stories where students enroll to receive these sorts of funds free of any financial obligation and then drop the courses as soon as they get the money. The only thing done to correct the issue was the following semester the student was placed on probation, but yet still continuing to receive funding. Solution: I believe if were to hold applicable students accountable to pass these ...more »

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Department of the Treasury

Education Savings Bonds As They Were Meant To Be.

Make U.S. Savings Bonds simple and easy to understand to help people save and pay for a college education. Remove limitations affecting use of bonds to pay for college tuition and books so anyone who pays a child's college costs can receive the federal tax benefit. In other words, remove the income limitations, remove the age 24 restriction when purchasing that is used to determine eligibility, remove the restriction ...more »

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