The rule will go into effect for seniors graduating in 2022. It requires local education agencies to help parents and students complete the application. McCartney’s group is made up of business executives from the state’s most important industries. It works to develop Alabama’s workforce to be more competitive.
It allows parents or students to decline the FAFSA, and allows school superintendents to waive the requirement if that’s recommended by a school’s guidance counselor.
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