NO MATTER WHO WE ARE OR HOW BIG OUR BANK ACCOUNTS, WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO LEARN WITHOUT LIMITS.
The July 2021 “Student Loan Debt Among Educators: A National Crisis” report presents the results of a 2020 NEA survey of educators working in pre-K–12 and higher education institutions. This research shows how student debt affects educators—financially and emotionally—and includes specific data for educators of different ages and races.
STUDENT LOAN DEBT AMONG EDUCATORS: BY THE NUMBERS
STUDENT LOAN DATA BASED ON EDUCATOR GROUP
Pre-K–12 Teachers and Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP)
Pre-K–12 Educator Support Professionals (ESPs)
Higher Education Faculty
Higher Education ESPs
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