Game Plan: A Retired Teacher Wants to Reduce a Mountain of Student Debt

A New Jersey woman holds about $300,000 in loans from her daughters’ education. An adviser suggests how she can start to tackle it.

By
Lisa Ward

Nancy Pavelka, a retired special-education teacher in Long Branch, N.J., is footing a student-loan bill of more than $300,000 for her two daughters.

“I didn’t want my children to start their adult life deep in debt,” she says.

The 57-year-old Ms. Pavelka has taken out nine federal Parent Plus loans, which she recently consolidated into one…

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