A good education means good jobs, good opportunities and a promising future for New Jersey’s next generation. While New Jersey’s public schools are some of the best in the country, it’s important that every student who wants to go to college has a path to plan and pay for their higher education. I’ve heard from students and parents across Burlington and Ocean Counties about the strain being able to afford college, and how student debt impacts their ability to achieve the American Dream. I’m working to make sure New Jersey’s students are ready by improving our education system and giving them the tools they’ll need to succeed every step of the way.

Check out what I’m doing to support New Jersey’s students and address education affordability:

H.R.770 — Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy Act of 2019
H.R.865 — Rebuild America's Schools Act of 2019
H.R.1766 — College Transparency Act
H.R.2321 — Understanding the True Cost of College Act of 2019
H.R.3950 — Remedial Education Improvement Act
H.R.4674 — College Affordability Act


More on Education

August 27, 2020 Press Release

Congressman Kim Convenes Youth and Education Leaders for
Virtual Discussion on Racial Equity in Education

August 6, 2020 Press Release

Congressman Kim Calls on Administration to Stop
Inserting Politics into School Reopening Plans

August 4, 2020 Press Release

Congressman Kim Calls for Funds to
Help Schools Safely Reopen

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) called on House and Senate leadership to come together and bring to the House floor a Coronavirus relief package that provides robust funding to help schools across Burlington and Ocean County safely reopen, and ensures that schools are properly funded for the upcoming year.

May 20, 2020 Press Release

Congressman Kim Announces Congressional Art Competition

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Andy Kim (NJ-03) announced his office is taking virtual submissions for the annual Congressional Art Competition, allowing students from across Burlington and Ocean Counties to have their art displayed in the U.S. Capitol. Congressman Kim’s office will be taking submissions until May 29th and will be announcing a winner shortly thereafter.