If educators, first responders, social workers, and other public servants make 10 years’ worth of qualified monthly payments on their federal student loans, they can receive up to $17,500 in loan forgiveness. But that’s not happening, because the program is broken. Fewer than 1 percent of eligible public servants who apply actually receive the loan forgiveness they were promised. [flat_button text="READ MORE" title="READ MORE" url="https://educationvotes.nea.org/action/tell-congress-to-fix-the-public-service-loan-forgiveness-program/?sourceid=nea_homepage&_ga=2.214357975.1350940044.1562850612-2065419510.1540993412" padding="10px 20px" bg_color="#555555" border_color="#555555" border_width="1px" text_color="#FFFFFF" text_size="14px" align="left" target="_blank"]