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When Melissa Martinez applied for forgiveness of her student loan debt more than a decade ago, the US Department of Education told her she was not eligible.
Martinez, a professor, tried again last year and managed to clear the last $6,000 she owed for her doctorate. She wasn’t alone – according to new federal figures, more than 145,000 borrowers have had the rest of their federal student debt forgiven thanks to a program for people who work for schools, governments or non-profit organizations. non-profit.
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