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The New FAFSA Is a Major Headache. Some High Schools Are Trying to Help

 

College & Workforce Readiness

New FAFSA’s technical issues and delays blamed for 57% drop in submissions. U.S. Department of Education promises fixes by March 15. Schools use internal and external resources to aid students. Connecticut’s FAFSA Challenge, offering microgrants and incentives, improved completion rates by 7% in 2023. However, 2024-2025 FAFSA issues may reduce rates. New Mexico’s Aztec High School, where FAFSA completion is a graduation requirement, reports only 40% completion this year, despite support from community college finance professionals and Latino nonprofit Enlace New Mexico.

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