Thursday, May 05, 2005

HB 63: Student Loan Forgiveness for Urban Teachers

H.B. 63, P.N. 125 (ROEBUCK) This would create the Urban Teacher Loan Forgiveness Act.
This would allow a state certified teacher in a designated urban public school (so designated by the Education Secretary as having difficulty attracting qualified teachers) to receive forgiveness for a Federally insured student loan from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency. Such a teacher would have up to $2,000 of loan forgiveness for employment for one academic year, up to $3,000 such forgiveness for a second academic year of employment, $4,000 for a third academic year of employment, and up to $6,000 for a fourth academic year of employment (for a potential total of $15,000 of loan forgiveness).

5 Comments:

At 11:23 PM, Blogger GOOGPLEXMAN said...

Super job on the blog. You should check out Student Loan Forgiveness
to get great info on Student Loan Forgiveness
. Keep on blogging.

 
At 5:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Always something good on your blog about quicken loan.
I try and put interesting stuff on mine about quicken loan too.
thanks.

 
At 8:33 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, nice site. I appreciate all the info here on bad credit personal loan.
Going to bookmark it too. My site also contains some interesting stuff on bad credit personal loan.
Feel free to come by and have a look. Thanks.

 
At 12:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw your blog about funds making money - as it is along the same lines I thought I would share this link with you. We were paying far too much for family things like clothes for us and the kids, games consoles inc the new Wii and soon to be PS3, car insurance/home insurance/pet insurance, broadband, mobile phones, landline calls, home and garden items, camping equipment and utilities/loans etc - you name it, we were spending too much on it.

Then a friend of mine recommended a site called www.bargainplace.co.uk. We were able to get cheaper electricity, gas, mobile phone, broadband and loan deals at bargainplace. Thanks to my friend (and the site) I am saving something like £100 a month and can afford an extra holiday abroard each year. Booked of course on www.bargainplace.co.uk. Thanks bargainplace ;-) !!

 
At 9:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

.
.
.
.
.
.
Good blog - very interesting!! I liked it so much I'm going to share this hush hush advice with you. Ever wondered how your neighbours are driving around in their brand new BMW or Mercedes cars - with their kids dressed in all the latest named gear and foreign holidays aplenty?? Well they discovered the secret to the extra online income.

If you are looking for a free tool to attract loads of free links to your blog or website then congratulations I've got the solution for you - and it is FREE!!

My website specialises in bankrupt goes lottery winner and to drive traffic to my website I was searching around the internet for absolutely ages looking for SEO tools and ffa submission sites to fire my site up the Google search engine - unfortunately these doing work and in fact had the opposite affect plunging my site down the rankings like it had a heavy weight attached!!, then I signed up for this free superb traffic generating tool - I now have loads of hits to my websites/blogs and my site is shooting back up the Google rankings quicker than ever before.

Consequently this saw my affiliate commissions shoot through the roof - meaning lots of extra money coming in for my family - I bought my first Mercedes car on the proceeds of my online campaign.
Sign up now - it's free.
. Sorry if this information is of no use to you but seeing as you have the anonymous feature enabled I thought I should share this free bit of essential promotional advice with you and would hope you would do the same for me and others who want to boost their online internet income.

I hope the tool will serve you equally as well as it has me - it's free!!

Best of luck, cheers for now, dave.
.
.
.
.
.
.

 

Post a Comment

<< Home