PHENOM Board Member, Max Page, Discusses Free Higher Ed

  Check out Max Page, a PHENOM Board Member and Professor of Architecture and History at UMass Amherst discuss Free Public Higher Ed at the MTA’s Ed Talks. To learn more about who is making public higher education free across the country — check this out.

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PHENOM Joins National Partners in Letter to Education Secretary Arne Duncan on Proposed REPAYE Plan

This morning a coalition of 23 state and national organizations sent a letter to Secretary of Education Arne Duncan with comments on the proposed REPAYE program. “The proposed regulations include a new income-driven repayment plan, called Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE), which improves upon existing plans in a number of key ways. REPAYE would let […]

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PHENOM joins RUM as it officially launches the Fair Share Amendment Campaign

“When education is made unaffordable you severely limit the upward mobility of the most vulnerable segments of our population. Education for me is the only way I can create a better life for myself and family,” said Lynn resident Marven-rhode Hyppolite. “Many families are working two jobs and long hours for very little and are […]

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Where is Free College Becoming a Reality?

The Tennessee Promise is both a scholarship and mentoring program. High school seniors receive a last-dollar scholarship, covering tuition and fees not already covered by the PELL Grant, the HOPE Scholarship, or other state student assistance funds. In order to remain in the program, Tennessee Promise recipients must complete eight hours of community service per […]

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