The head of the Wisconsin Technical College System says the Biden administration’s student loan relief plan is “a good first step” toward lessening the burden on borrowers.

In an interview yesterday, WTCS President Morna Foy noted technical college students tend to have higher levels of financial need compared to other those at four-year colleges and other institutions. She notes the state’s technical college system has “long supported … any and all ways to help students” make college more affordable and accessible.

“I think that seeking perfection sometimes can be the enemy of getting something good done, and I’d like to focus on getting the good thing done,” she told “Is there more that we could do to address the debt crisis and make college affordable? Yes, of course there is. There probably always will be. But this is a good first step and I’m appreciative.”

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