Hillary Clinton is expected to deliver her plan to tackle student loan debt Monday.

The Washington Post reports:

Clinton to propose college debt plan Monday, answering key demand of liberals and young voters

Hillary Rodham Clinton will propose an expanded government program Monday to address what she calls the crisis of student debt, her campaign said Friday.

A revised plan to make college more affordable and relieve the crushing debt students often now accrue is major plank of her policy platform and a key demand of young voters and the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. Clinton is not expected to go as far as some on the left want and call for “debt-free” college. She is instead expected to present a detailed, and expensive, plan to increase funding for public colleges and universities.

Campaign press secretary Brian Fallon said the policy proposals will come in a speech in New Hampshire on Monday. Fallon did not provide details of the plan.

But sources familiar with the plan who were not authorized to speak publicly say the proposal centers on an incentive system for states to expand investments in higher education. With grants from Washington, participating states would be able to lower the cost of attendance at public colleges and universities.

Clinton is also expected to include President Obama’s proposal for free community college as a part of her platform. That $60 billion proposal calls for states to cover a quarter of the cost over 10 years.