As the proud product of Manchester public schools, I know firsthand the importance of a good education and creating opportunities for children and young adults across the Granite State. Generations of Americans have used the education they received, from pre-K to post-graduate, to reach the middle class and build better lives for themselves and their families.
New Hampshire has one of the highest rates of student debt in the nation, and I am committed to doing all I can to make college more affordable and limit the burden of college loans. That’s why I am working to expand Pell grants, increase consumer protections for borrowers, and support tuition-free education at community colleges and public universities to ensure everyone has the opportunity to get ahead.
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MANCHESTER, NH- Today Representatives Chris Pappas (NH-01), Katherine Clark (MA-05), and Ruben Gallego (AZ-07) led a bipartisan group of 72 lawmakers calling on Secretary DeVos to take steps to ensure that the financial burden of university closures and migration to remote learning do not result in financial burdens for students.