Declaration of the US Secretary of Education. UU Miguel Cardona on the Leadership of Federal Student Aid March 5, 2021 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, Press @ ed. Gov
  • The Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, issued the following statement On the Leadership of federal student aid:

    "I accepted the resignation of the Director of Operations of the Federal Chief of Student Assistance, Gen. Mark Brown and thanked his service to the United States Department of Education.. As the nation continues to deal with the economic interruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the need to provide relief and fortify tracks to the middle class is more urgent than ever. Under my Leadership, the Department of Education will work to strengthen the University as a reliable route to the middle class while protecting students and provides Borrowers. In service to the students of our nation, the Federal Student Aid Division of the Department will renew its focus on the rationalization of access and the management of federal financial aid, facilitating the burden of student debt and carefully dollars of administration taxpayers. Robin Minor, the Deputy Operational Director of Partners Participation and Supervision has agreed to serve as a director of operations. "

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