The Obama Administration Is Canceling Millions of Dollars' Worth of Student Loans

December 5, 2015 | | Mic |

Some higher education experts think that while the Department of Education has a tough job, it's outreach efforts have been underwhelming.

"The federal government has data on which students took on federal loans to attend which institutions — they could do a much better job of reaching out to borrowers, through loan servicers or otherwise, to make it crystal clear that students who attended Corinthian campuses have an opportunity to get meaningful relief," Mark Huelsman, a senior policy analyst at the think tank Demos, told Mic. "Given the relative success that Massachusetts has had, there might be room to share information with state officials as well."