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Arizona Higher Education Loan Authority: Benefits for students should be celebrated, not criticized (access required)

At a time of record tuition hikes in the state’s higher education system it is remarkable how some have attempted to sensationalize and criticize a key program and the people responsible for it that reduces student loan costs and increases access to higher education in Arizona. In 2005, Arizona’s original and only nonprofit, low-cost student loan ...

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