May 11 marked a financial turning point for my friend Laura Davenport, a teacher at Alamo Colleges in San Antonio. She received an email that day from the Department of Education saying that her student loan debt of $155,000 had been forgiven through a program called Public Service Loan Forgiveness.
She couldn’t believe it at first.
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