The paper is a critique on the way in which the current Administration has been focused on "prospective borrowers," rather than addressing the student lending crisis head-on and dealing with those who are currently drowning in student loan debt.
I wanted to keep all of my readers abreast, and let them know that I am going to be at this convention on paper, which that means that your voices will be represented, too.
Here's the skeletal outline for the work:
(a) Part I: Introduction/Gauging the Severity of the Student Lending Crisis - brief overview about the student lending crisis;
(b) Part II: Testimonials - I will include some of your stories (anonymously of course) in order to illustrate the specific problem I'll be discussing, i.e., the lack of focus on current borrowers and their struggles to pay off their student loan debt;
(c) Part III: Solutions - a two-part section that will include things for immediate relief and suggestions for long-term problems related to the student lending crisis
Moreover, I will be writing an update about our latest writing campaign to Mr. Roberto Rodriguez, et al. I was absolutely thrilled to open my inbox and see so many letters from volunteers. That's more than just heartening, because it shows that people are willing to get even more involved. All right, I need to return to my draft. Stay tuned for an update on the letter writing campaign!