Lack of loan-forgiveness funds may hurt special-educators

03/3/2009 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

More than 4,000 Kentucky teachers who specialized in special education, math and science were promised that their student loans would be eliminated, according to educators. But now that the program has run out of money, some are being hit suddenly with steep monthly payments -- prompting hundreds to lobby the state Legislature to help resuscitate the program.

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