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Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, members of the military who meet certain qualifications, can have their federal student loans Fully discharged. Get the facts in this recent article at military.com
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New Legislation on Student Loans
Congress will soon review new legislation focused on student loan counseling, taxation and employer repayment options as well as the FAFSA. In this article by USNews.com, Allesandra Lanza lays out the details of what is proposed in the new student loan legislation.
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What is the Best Student Loan for You?
This article breaks down the benefits and risks involved with the various types of student loans. If you're looking for a student loan, this is worth the read before you make such an important financial decision.

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Student Loan Deferment
Putting off repayment of your student loans until after graduation is a popular option. Though how prepared will you be when the first payment comes due? If things don't go as planned, and you need more time to begin repayment of your school loans, deferment might be an option to give you more time. This article by collegescholarships.org breaks it down for you.
Guide to the Individualized Education Program
Each child in the US attending public schools, and sometimes private schools, must have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). The US Department of Education gives the details of this program on their informative site. From development to implementation, get the facts from their online guide.
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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
What does the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ( IDEA) actually cover? Get the information straight from the source. Disability.gov is the place to find all things IDEA and more.
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Private School Funding for Special Education Students Under the IDEA
This article in verywell.com, by Ann Logsdon, takes a look at private school funding for special education students under the IDEA. Can a district be forced to pay for a unilateral placement, if the parents believe the discrict can not properly care for the educational needs of their child? Ann provides an interesting look at the answer.
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Understanding the History of Special Education Law
Understanding the history of special education law is an important step. Pete Wright Esq., in a recent article, discusses the historical aspects of special education law from early special education programs, to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004.
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Growing Your Nonprofit Support Base
The executor of your estate is an important part of the estate planning process. In this article, Mikel J. Hoffman discusses how to chose the individual that will be carrying out the legal and financial matters of your estate, and the benefits of choosing a family member in certain instances. Choosing An Executor for Your

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