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In the Senate, Oregon Democrat Ron Wyden, Florida Republican Marco Rubio, and Virginia Democrat Mark Warner are sponsoring the Student Right to Know Before You Go Act, which would allow the federal government to track students' postgraduate earnings, federal loan debt, and financial aid, among other things.
The Student Right to Know Before You Go Act of 2013, with Republican and Democratic sponsors, require colleges to report data to offer students cost-benefit analyses comparing how much they can expect to earn in a particular field with how much they will owe after earning a degree in a given subject.
The Student Right to Know Before You Go Act introduced by Senators Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Marco Rubio (RFL) is the legislative gold standard for making this type of information widely available to the public.
As an original co-sponsor of this act, and sponsor of The Student Right to Know Act, which is now law, I believe that this legislation makes further progress in the effort to improve campus security standards and treatment for campus crime victims," Specter said in a floor statement.
In February, he introduced the Student Right to Know Before You Go Act, which would enable students to go to a single website, enter the name of any college or university that receives federal funds and find information on the average cost, how long it takes to graduate, the likelihood of getting a degree and what to expect to earn after graduating with a specific major.
It is a natural inclination for colleges and universities to "spin" their safety reports, he observes, even though accurate reporting is mandatory under the Student Right to Know Act.