President Trump said Friday that elementary and high school kids will not have any standardized test requirement this school year as he also announced that college student loan payments and interest would be temporarily suspended.

“We have temporarily waived all interest on federally held student loans. They will be very happy to hear that, and I have instructed them to take that action immediately,” the president said during the White House briefing on the virus.

“Today, [Education] Secretary [Betsy] DeVos has directed federal lenders to allow borrowers to suspend their student loans and loan payments without penalty for at least the next 60 days, and if we need that, we will extend that.”

The president also said the Education Department would not enforce requirements for standardized tests.

“With many schools closed due to the virus, the Department of Education will not enforce standardized testing requirements for students in elementary through high school for the current year,” Trump said.

“They have been through a lot. They have been going back and forth. School is open. School is not open. I think probably a lot of the students will be extremely happy. Some, probably not. Ones who work hard, maybe not, but it is one of those things. Unfortunate. Very unfortunate circumstance.“