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Teacher Loan Forgiveness Application

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TEACHER LOAN FORGIVENESS APPLICATION
William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program
Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program
OMB No. 1845-0059
Form Approved
Exp. Date 07/31/2017
WARNING: Any person who knowingly makes a false statement or misrepresentation on this form or on any
accompanying document is subject to penalties that may include fines, imprisonment, or both, under the U.S. Criminal
Code and 20 U.S.C. 1097.
SECTION 1: BORROWER IDENTIFICATION
Please enter or correct the following information.
Check this box if any of your information has changed.
SSN
Name
Address
City, State, Zip Code
Telephone – Primary
Telephone – Alternate
Email (optional)
___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
( _______ ) _______ - _____________
( _______ ) _______ - _____________
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SECTION 2: LOAN FORGIVENESS REQUEST (TO BE COMPLETED BY THE BORROWER)
READ SECTIONS 7-10 BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM.The information you provide is subject to verification.
I request forgiveness on my Direct Loan and/or FFEL program loan(s) based on my employment as a full-time teacher for
at least five consecutive, complete academic years. During the period that qualifies me for loan forgiveness, I taught
(check all that apply):
at an eligible elementary school at an eligible secondary school for an eligible educational service agency
AND I was (check all that apply):
A highly qualified full-time special education teacher for elementary school children with disabilities. The children’s
disabilities corresponded to my special education training, and I demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in the
content areas of the elementary school curriculum (forgiveness of up to $17,500).
A highly qualified full-time special education teacher for secondary school children with disabilities. The children’s
disabilities corresponded to my special education training, and I demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in the
content areas of the secondary school curriculum (forgiveness of up to $17,500).
A highly qualified full-time mathematics teacher for secondary school students (forgiveness of up to $17,500).
A highly qualified full-time science teacher for secondary school students(forgiveness of up to $17,500).
A full-time secondary education teacher in a subject area relevant to my academic major (only if my teaching service
began before 10/30/2004), or a highly qualified full-time secondary education teacher(forgiveness of up to $5,000).
A full-time elementary education teacher and I demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in reading, writing,
mathematics, and other areas of the elementary school curriculum (only if my teaching service began before
10/30/2004), or a highly qualified full-time elementary education teacher (forgiveness of up to $5,000).
Continued on the next page.
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Borrower’s Name ___________________________________ Borrower’s SSN ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___
SECTION 3: PREVIOUS LOAN FORGIVENESS INFORMATION (TO BE COMPLETED BY THE BORROWER)
Check one of the boxes below:
I have not previously applied for or received loan forgiveness under this Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program.
I have applied for or received loan forgiveness under this Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program with the loan holder
listed below. (If you check this box, provide the loan holder and forgiveness amount information requested below.If you
have applied for but have not yet received forgiveness, leave "Forgiveness Amount" blank.)
Loan Holder Name _______________________________________ Telephone or Web Site _______________________
Forgiveness Amount $_______________________
SECTION 4: UNDERSTANDINGS, CERTIFICATIONS, AND AUTHORIZATION (TO BE COMPLETED BY THE BORROWER)
I understand that:(1) a forbearance of principal and accrued interest will be applied on the qualifying loan(s) from the
date my loan holder receives my completed loan forgiveness application through the date the loan forgiveness request
is approved or denied, unless I notify my loan holder that I intend to make regular payments during this period; (2)
making regular payments may reduce the amount of my loan forgiveness; (3) if I am past due on payments when this
application is processed, my loan holder may grant a separate forbearance to resolve the delinquency on these
payments; and (4) any unpaid interest that accrues during each of these forbearance periods may be capitalized.
I certify that: (1) the information I provided in Sections 1-3 is true and correct; and(2) I have read and understand the
definitions and terms and conditions in Sections 8-10, and I meet the eligibility requirements for loan forgiveness.
I authorize the loan holder to which I submit this request (and its agents or contractors) to contact me regarding my
request or my loan(s), including repayment of my loan(s), at the number that I provide on this form or any future
number that I provide for my cellular telephone or other wireless device using automated telephone dialing equipment
or artificial or prerecorded voice or text messages.
Borrower’s Signature _______________________________________ Today’s Date ___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___
SECTION 5: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER’S CERTIFICATION
TO BE COMPLETED BY THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER – SEE DEFINITION IN SECTION 8.
Before completing this section, carefully read Sections 7-10. More than one chief administrative officer's certification
may be required. Return the completed form to the applicant identified in Section 1.
I certify, to the best of my knowledge and belief, that: (1) the applicant has met the requirements for loan forgiveness as
specified in Sections 8-10, and (2) during the period for which the applicant is seeking forgiveness, the applicant was a
teacher as defined in Sections 8 and 9 and taught full time for consecutive, complete academic year(s) at one or more
eligible Title I schools or educational service agencies (ESAs) in the capacity that the applicant has indicated in Section 2
from (mm-dd-yyyy) ___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ to ___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___.
School (not school district) or ESA Name ________________________________________________________________
Check here if this is a school operated by the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) or operated on an Indian
reservation by an Indian tribal group under contract with the BIE.
School or ESA Address (Street, City, State, Zip Code) _______________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
School District_______________________________________________County ________________________________
Chief Administrative Officer’s Name and Title (Printed) ____________________________________________________
Chief Administrative Officer’s Signature _________________________________________________________________
Telephone ( _______ ) _______ - _____________ Email (optional) ___________________________________________
Today’s Date (mm-dd-yyyy)___ ___ - ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___
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SECTION 6: WHERE TO SEND THE COMPLETED TEACHER LOAN FORGIVENESS APPLICATION
Return the completed form and any required
documentation to:
(If no address is shown, return to your loan holder.)
If you need help completing this form, call:
(If no information is shown, contact your loan holder.)
SECTION 7: GENERAL INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE FORM
The Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program is intended to encourage individuals to enter and continue in the teaching
profession. Under this program, if you teach full time for five consecutive, complete academic years at certain
elementary and secondary schools or for certain educational service agencies that serve low-income families and meet
other qualifications, you may be eligible for forgiveness of up to a combined total of $17,500 in principal and interest on
your Direct Loan and/or FFEL program loans. For complete eligibility requirements, see Sections 8-10.
Throughout this form, all references to “the Department” mean the U.S. Department of Education.
Before completing Sections 2-4, carefully read the entire form. Be sure to provide all requested information. Enter your
name and Social Security Number at the top of page 2. Type or print using dark ink. Show dates as mm-dd-yyyy (for
example, show “January 31, 2014” as “01-31-2014”).
The chief administrative officer of the school or educational service agency where you performed your qualifying
teaching service must complete Section 5.
If you taught at more than one school or for more than one educational service agency during the same academic year,
the chief administrative officer from one of the schools or educational service agencies may complete Section 5.
However, all of the schools and/or educational service agencies must be listed. If you taught at different schools or for
different educational service agencies during different academic years, the chief administrative officers from all of the
schools or educational service agencies must certify your eligibility. If you need more than one chief administrative
officer's certification, the additional certifications, containing the information in Section 5, may be provided on a
separate piece of paper and submitted with your completed form.
Return the completed form to the address shown in Section 6.If you are applying for forgiveness of loans that are held
by different loan holders, you must submit a separate form to each loan holder.
SECTION 8: DEFINITIONS
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A teacher is a person who provides direct classroom teaching or classroom-type teaching in a non-classroom setting,
including special education teachers (see below). NOTE: School librarians, guidance counselors, and other
administrative staff are not considered teachers for the purposes of this loan forgiveness program.
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Special education means specially designed instruction, at no cost to parents, to meet the unique needs of a
child with a disability (see below), including instruction conducted in the classroom, in the home, in hospitals
and institutions, and in other settings; and instruction in physical education (see below).
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A child with a disability is a child who needs special education and related services because the child has an
intellectual disability, a hearing impairment (including deafness), a speech or language impairment, a visual
impairment (including blindness), a serious emotional disturbance, an orthopedic impairment, autism, a
traumatic brain injury, another health impairment, or a specific learning disability. For a child age 3 through
9, the term “a child with a disability” may, at the discretion of the state and the local educational agency,
include a child who needs special education and related services because the child is experiencing
developmental delays, as defined by the state and as measured by appropriate diagnostic instruments and
procedures, in one or more of the following areas: physical development, cognitive development,
communication development, social or emotional development, or adaptive development.
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SECTION 8: DEFINITIONS (CONTINUED)
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Physical education means the development of physical and motor fitness, fundamental motor skills and
patterns, and skills in aquatics, dance, and individual and group games and sports (including intramural and
lifetime sports), and includes special physical education, adapted physical education, movement education,
and motor development.
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An elementary school is a public or nonprofit private school that provides elementary education as determined by
state law or, if the school is not in a state, by the Department.
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A secondary school is a public or nonprofit private school that provides secondary education as determined by state
law or, if the school is not in a state, by the Department.
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An educational service agency is a regional public multiservice agency (not a private organization) authorized by
state statute to develop, manage, and provide services or programs to local educational agencies (such as public
school districts), as defined in section 9101 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended.
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An academic year is:
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One complete school year at the same school or for the same educational service agency, or
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Two complete and consecutive half years at different schools or for different educational service agencies, or
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Two complete and consecutive half years from different school years at either the same school or for the same
educational service agency or at different schools or for different educational service agencies.
Half years do not include summer sessions. Two half years generally fall within a 12-month period. For schools or
educational service agencies that have a year-round program of instruction, a minimum of nine months is
considered an academic year.
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Full time means the standard used by a state in defining full-time employment as a teacher. If you teach in more
than one school or educational service agency, full time is based on the combination of all of your qualifying
employment.
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Loans that are eligible for forgiveness are Federal Direct Stafford/Ford Loans (Direct Subsidized Loans), Federal
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford/Ford Loans (Direct Unsubsidized Loans), Subsidized Federal Stafford Loans,
Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans, and any portion of a Federal Direct Consolidation Loan or Federal
Consolidation Loan that paid off an eligible Direct Subsidized Loan, Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Subsidized Federal
Stafford Loan, or Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan. Direct PLUS Loans, Federal PLUS Loans, and any portion of a
Direct Consolidation Loan or Federal Consolidation Loan that repaid a PLUS loan are not eligible for forgiveness.
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The holder of your Direct Loan Program loans is the Department. The holder of your FFEL Program loans may be a
lender, secondary market, guaranty agency, or the Department. Your loan holder may use a servicer to handle billing
and other communications related to your loans. References to “your loan holder” on this form mean either your
loan holder or your servicer.
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The chief administrative officer is the official who has access to employment records that establish your eligibility
for loan forgiveness in accordance with the requirements explained on this form, and who is authorized to verify
your qualifying employment at a school or by an educational service agency. Depending on your employer, the chief
administrative officer may be a superintendent, a human resources official or other school district or educational
service agency official, or a principal or assistant principal.
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A forbearance is a temporary cessation of payments, an extension of time for making payments, or temporary
acceptance of smaller payments than previously scheduled. You are responsible for any interest that accrues on a
loan during forbearance. If you do not pay the interest that accrues on the loan, the interest may be capitalized.
o
Capitalization is the addition of unpaid interest to the principal balance of your loan. This will increase the
principal and total cost of your loan.
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SECTION 9: DEFINITION OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS (INCLUDING TEACHERS EMPLOYED BY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AGENCIES)
To be a highly qualified teacher, a teacher of public elementary or secondary school students must:
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Have obtained full state certification as a teacher (including certification obtained through alternative routes to
certification) or passed the state teacher licensing examination, and hold a license to teach in that state, except that
when used with respect to teaching in a public charter school, the term “highly qualified teacher” means that the
teacher meets the requirements set forth in the state’s public charter school law; and
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Not have had certification or licensure requirements waived on an emergency, temporary, or provisional basis.
In addition –
A teacher of elementary school students who is new to the profession also is considered highly qualified if the teacher:
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Holds at least a bachelor’s degree; and
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Has demonstrated, by passing a rigorous state test, subject knowledge and teaching skills in reading, writing,
mathematics, and other areas of the basic elementary school curriculum (which may consist of passing a state-
required certification or licensing test or tests in reading, writing, mathematics, and other areas of the basic
elementary school curriculum).
A teacher of middle or secondary school students who is new to the profession also is considered highly qualified if the
teacher:
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Holds at least a bachelor’s degree; and
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Has demonstrated a high level of competency in each of the academic subjects in which the teacher teaches by:
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Passing a rigorous state academic subject test in each of the academic subjects in which the teacher teaches
(which may consist of a passing level of performance on a state-required certification or licensing test or tests in
each of the academic subjects in which the teacher teaches); or
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Successful completion, in each of the academic subjects in which the teacher teaches, of an academic major, a
graduate degree, coursework equivalent to an undergraduate academic major, or advanced certification or
credentialing.
A teacher of elementary, middle, or secondary school students who is not new to the profession also is considered
highly qualified if the teacher holds at least a bachelor’s degree and:
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Meets the applicable standards of a teacher of elementary, middle, or secondary school students who is new to the
profession; or
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Demonstrates competence in all the academic subjects in which the teacher teaches based on a high objective,
uniform state standard of evaluation that:
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Is set by the state for both grade appropriate academic subject matter knowledge and teaching skills;
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Is aligned with challenging state academic content and student academic achievement standards and developed
in consultation with core content specialists, teachers, principals, and school administrators;
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Provides objective, coherent information about the teacher’s attainment of core content knowledge in the
academic subjects in which a teacher teaches;
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Is applied uniformly to all teachers in the same academic subject and the same grade level throughout the state;
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Takes into consideration, but is not based primarily on, the time the teacher has been teaching in the academic
subject;
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Is made available to the public upon request; and
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May involve multiple, objective measures of teacher competency.
PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS
To be a highly qualified teacher, a teacher in a private, non-profit elementary or secondary school who is not a highly
qualified teacher as defined above must be permitted to and satisfy rigorous subject knowledge and skills tests by taking
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SECTION 9: DEFINITION OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED (CONTINUED)
competency tests in applicable grade levels and subject areas. The competency tests must be recognized by five or more
states for the purposes of fulfilling the highly qualified teacher requirements under section 9101 of the Elementary and
Secondary Education Act of 1965. The teacher must also achieve a score on each test that equals or exceeds the average
passing score for those states.
SECTION 10: TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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To qualify for loan forgiveness, you must not have had an outstanding balance on a Direct Loan or FFEL program
loan on October 1, 1998, or on the date that you obtained a Direct Loan or FFEL program loan after October 1, 1998.
This means that if you had an outstanding balance on one or more Direct Loan or FFEL program loans on October 1,
1998, or on any Direct Loan or FFEL program loans that you obtained while you had an outstanding balance on a
Direct Loan or FFEL program loan made on or before October 1, 1998, you may qualify for loan forgiveness if you
later paid all of those loans in full so that you had no outstanding balance on any Direct Loan or FFEL program loan
at the time you obtained a new Direct Loan or FFEL program loan after October 1, 1998.
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You are not eligible to receive forgiveness on a defaulted loan unless you have first made satisfactory repayment
arrangements with the holder of the defaulted loan.
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Any loan for which you are seeking forgiveness must have been made before the end of your five consecutive,
complete academic years of qualifying teaching service.
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You must not have received benefits through the AmeriCorps Program under Subtitle D of Title I of the National and
Community Service Act of 1990 or loan forgiveness under the Direct Loan Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
for the same teaching service for which you are seeking forgiveness on your Direct Loan and/or FFEL program loans.
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You must have been employed as a full-time teacher for five consecutive, complete academic years at an
elementary or secondary school or for an educational service agency that:
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Is in a school district that qualifies for funds under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of
1965, as amended;
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Has been selected by the Department based on a determination that more than 30% of the school’s or
educational service agency’s total enrollment is made up of children who qualify for services provided under
Title I; and
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Is listed in the Annual Directory of Designated Low-Income Schools for Teacher Cancellation Benefits (available
). If this directory is not available before May 1 of any year, the previous year’s
directory may be used.
If your school or educational service agency meets the above requirements for at least one year of your teaching
service, but does not meet these requirements during subsequent years, your subsequent years of teaching at the
school or educational service agency may be counted toward the required five years of teaching.
NOTE: All elementary and secondary schools operated by the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) or operated on Indian
reservations by Indian tribal groups under contract with the BIE qualify as schools serving low-income students.
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If you were unable to complete an academic year of teaching, that year may still be counted toward the required
five consecutive, complete academic years if:
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You completed at least one-half of the academic year; and
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Your employer considers you to have fulfilled your contract requirements for the academic year for the
purposes of salary increases, tenure, and retirement; and
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You were unable to complete the academic year because:
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You returned to postsecondary education, on at least a half-time basis, in an area of study directly related to
the performance of the teaching service described above; or
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You had a condition covered under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA); or
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SECTION 10: TERMS AND CONDITIONS (CONTINUED)
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You were called or ordered to active duty status for more than 30 days as a member of a reserve component
of the Armed Forces.
NOTE: Absence due to a period of postsecondary education, a condition covered under the FMLA, or active duty
service, including the time needed for you to resume teaching no later than the beginning of the next regularly
scheduled academic year, is not considered a break in the required five consecutive, complete academic years.
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You may qualify for forgiveness based on qualifying teaching service at any combination of eligible elementary
schools, secondary schools, or educational service agencies. However:
o
Teaching at an eligible elementary or secondary school may be counted only if at least one of the five years of
teaching was after the 1997–1998 academic year.
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Teaching for an eligible educational service agency may be counted only if the consecutive five-year period
includes qualifying service for an eligible educational service agency performed after the 2007–2008 academic
year.
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If your five consecutive, complete years of qualifying teaching service began before October 30, 2004:
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You may receive up to $5,000 in loan forgiveness if you were:
§
A full-time teacher for elementary school students and you demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in
reading, writing, mathematics, and other areas of the elementary school curriculum; or
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A full-time teacher for secondary school students and you taught in a subject area that was relevant to your
academic major.
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You may receive up to $17,500 in loan forgiveness if you were:
§
A highly qualified full-time teacher of mathematics or science to secondary school students; or
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A highly qualified full-time special education teacher whose primary responsibility was to provide special
education to children with disabilities, and you taught children with disabilities that corresponded to your
area of special education training and have demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in the content areas
of the curriculum that you taught.
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If your five consecutive, complete years of qualifying teaching service began on or after October 30, 2004:
o
You may receive up to $5,000 in loan forgiveness if you were a highly qualified full-time teacher for elementary
or secondary school students.
o
You may receive up to $17,500 in loan forgiveness if you were:
§
A highly qualified full-time teacher of mathematics or science to secondary school students; or
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A highly qualified full-time special education teacher whose primary responsibility was to provide special
education to children with disabilities, and you taught children with disabilities that corresponded to your
area of special education training and have demonstrated knowledge and teaching skills in the content areas
of the curriculum that you taught.
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You are not eligible for forgiveness of more than a combined total of $17,500 of principal and interest of your Direct
Loan and/or FFEL program loans. You must repay any loan balance that remains after forgiveness has been granted.
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Unless you instruct your loan holder otherwise, the forgiveness amount will be applied to your loans in the following
order: (1) Direct Unsubsidized Loans or unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans, (2) Direct Subsidized Loans or
subsidized Federal Stafford Loans, and (3) Direct Unsubsidized Consolidation Loans, Direct Subsidized Consolidation
Loans, or Federal Consolidation Loans.
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If you are determined to be eligible for loan forgiveness under this program, your loan holder will not refund any
payments that you made or that were made on your behalf before the determination of eligibility.
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If you receive loan forgiveness based on any false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements that you make on this form or
on any accompanying documents, you may be required to repay the amount forgiven and you may be subject to civil
and criminal penalties under applicable federal law.
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SECTION 11: IMPORTANT NOTICES
PRIVACY ACT DISCLOSURE NOTICE
The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a) requires that the following notice be provided to you:
The authorities for collecting the requested information from and about you are 428(b)(2)(A) et seq. and 451 et seq. of
the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (20 U.S.C. 1078(b)(2)(A) et seq. and 20 U.S.C. 1087a et seq.) and the
authority for collecting and using your Social Security Number (SSN) is 484(a)(4) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1091(a)(4)).
Participating in the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program or the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct
Loan) Program and giving us your SSN are voluntary, but you must provide the requested information, including your
SSN, to participate.
The principal purposes for collecting the information on this form, including your SSN, are to verify your identity, to
determine your eligibility to receive a loan or a benefit on a loan (such as a deferment, forbearance, discharge, or
forgiveness) under the FFEL Program and/or Direct Loan Program, to permit the servicing of your loan(s), and, if it
becomes necessary, to locate you and to collect on your loan(s) if your loan(s) becomes delinquent or in default. We also
use your SSN as an account identifier and to permit you to access your account information electronically.
The information in your file may be disclosed to third parties as authorized under routine usesin the appropriate
systems of records. The routine uses of this information include its disclosure to federal, state, or local agencies, to other
federal agencies under computer matching programs, to agencies that we authorize to assist us in administering our
loan programs, to private parties such as relatives, present and former employers, business and personal associates, to
credit bureau organizations, to financial and educational institutions, to guaranty agencies, and to contractors in order
to verify your identity, to determine your eligibility to receive a loan or a benefit on a loan, to permit the servicing or
collection of your loan(s), to counsel you in repayment efforts, to enforce the terms of the loan(s), to investigate
possible fraud and to verify compliance with federal student financial aid program regulations, to locate you if you
become delinquent in your loan payments or if you default, to provide default rate calculations, to provide financial aid
history information, to assist program administrators with tracking refunds and cancellations, or to provide a
standardized method for educational institutions efficiently to submit student enrollment status.
In the event of litigation, we may send records to the Department of Justice, a court, adjudicative body, counsel, party,
or witness if the disclosure is relevant and necessary to the litigation. If this information, either alone or with other
information, indicates a potential violation of law, we may send it to the appropriate authority for action. We may send
information to members of Congress if you ask them to help you with federal student aid questions. In circumstances
involving employment complaints, grievances, or disciplinary actions, we may disclose relevant records to adjudicate or
investigate the issues. If provided for by a collective bargaining agreement, we may disclose records to a labor
organization recognized under 5 U.S.C. Chapter 71. Disclosures may also be made to qualified researchers under Privacy
Act safeguards.
PAPERWORK REDUCTION NOTICE
According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, no persons are required to respond to a collection of information
unless such collection displays a valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for this information
collection is 1845-0059. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 20 minutes
(0.33 hours) per response, including time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and
maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. The obligation to respond to
this collection is required to obtain a benefit in accordance with 34 CFR 682.216(f)(1) and 34 CFR 685.217(e)(1). If you
have comments or concerns regarding the status of your individual submission of this form, contact your loan holder at
the address shown in Section 6.
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