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Student Debt Task Force Announces 2nd Meeting


MADISON, Wis. – The Governor’s Task Force on Student Debt will hold its second meeting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, via WebEx. This meeting is open to the public. To view the meeting agenda, refer to the public meeting notice. To attend the meeting, dial (510) 338-9438 and when prompted for the meeting access code, enter 126 426 6043. If you prefer to attend online, go to https://www.webex.com/ and enter the meeting access code, 126 426 6043, and password: TaskForce. Meeting materials will be posted to the task force website in the meetings section by the start of the meeting here: https://lookforwardwi.gov/student-debt-task-force/. 

The Governor’s Task Force on Student Debt was created by Executive Order #67 signed by Governor Tony Evers. The task force was formed to address the growing student debt crisis in the state of Wisconsin and is chaired by Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) Secretary Kathy Blumenfeld. To learn more, visit the task force website.

Comments 7
stuedents commented on 27-May-2020 05:34 PM3 out of 5 stars
Take on student crap for what?
BSz commented on 27-May-2020 05:39 PM3 out of 5 stars
Translation: Free stuff brought to you by socialism. If you don't vote a certain way how will you get free stuff??
BS commented on 27-May-2020 06:15 PM3 out of 5 stars
Sick of all of this BS
Anonymous commented on 27-May-2020 06:50 PM3 out of 5 stars
Sick of his pic, like he has all the answers, really?
Anonymous commented on 28-May-2020 05:49 AM3 out of 5 stars
If schools would quit sending students to a 4year college that have no business going there this would not be a problem.
Many jobs do not require a degree and Most employers are more than willing to train and send workers to school.
Cornpop commented on 28-May-2020 09:09 AM3 out of 5 stars
No one is "forced" to go to college. Many do take on way to much debt without viable career fields-if they graduate.

But hey! Some presidential candidates promise to wipe out all the debt =magic?
Tech schools commented on 28-May-2020 05:23 PM3 out of 5 stars
Learn on the job, I went to tech school and then was trained by employer and supervisors, best ed I had for 23 yrs.

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