Tennessee Senator Continues to Target FAFSA Reform

Tennessee Senior Senator Lamar Alexander continues to hammer away at a vexing and complex federal form that he says is preventing tens of thousands of Tennessee Students from applying for college scholarships. Alexander says the 108 question free application for federal student aid or “FAFSA” is ridiculously complicated and is preventing students from accepting Tennessee Promise and Hop Scholarship Awards. He says many are intimidated by the cumbersome process. Alexander, a former University of Tennessee President, says he has broad bipartisan support to reduce the application to as few as 2 or so questions to determine income eligibility.

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