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Topic - Scott Fleming
It's one of President Obama's proudest achievements in education reform. And GOP challenger Mitt Romney is vowing to reverse it.
Mr. Romney "is not interested in re-creating the previous program," said Scott Fleming, a member of Mr. Romney's education policy group. "He is simply looking for affordable and efficient alternatives to replace a system that relies exclusively on Treasury borrowing that leaves American taxpayers at risk for an increasing default rate."
He noted that the Department of Education is already contracting out their student-loan services to the same providers that participated in the previous program.