Generally speaking, if the school loans were acquired recently then they will be confirm to your husband as his separate property debt.
The more critical concern for you is whether you would have to pay him spousal support since you were the "breadwinner" in the relationship.
Since there may be other issues you may not even be aware of, you probably should consult with a family law attorney to do some pre-divorce planning. I have included some links below which may prove helpful to you as you decide what to do. Good luck in whatever decision you make.
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Your husband will be required by the Court to pay his own school loans. They are not treated as community obligations. He got and will continue to receive the benefit of those loans after the divorce is completed.
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