Education


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Liberty U Brought Its Students Back to Campus. Now Some Might Have Coronavirus.

Eleven students that returned to the Virginia school have COVID-19 symptoms

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Even a Pandemic Can’t Stop the Trump Justice Department From Attacking Trans Rights

The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference allows transgender athletes to compete as the gender with which they identify. Attorney General William Barr disagrees with the legality of that policy.

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I’m an Educator, Mom, and Grandma. And I’m Here to Help Arizona Parents Keep Kids Educated Amidst Coronavirus

"Since the first cases were reported, the pendulum has not been swinging; it is spinning and the education world is trying to hang on."

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Arizona Schools Are Closing. Experts Explain How This Could Have Been Avoided.

Failure to increase coronavirus testing has left local leaders with limited information on how widespread the virus really is.

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Trump Waives Interest on Federal Student Loans During Coronavirus Outbreak

The move will affect most borrowers—an estimated 92% of student loans are owned by the U.S. Department of Education.

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22 Million Students Could Go Hungry Unless Congress Passes This Coronavirus Bill

Millions of students nationwide depend on free- and reduced-price breakfasts and lunches, and there is no single plan to address what could be an enormous food insecurity crisis for America’s youth.

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Senate Votes to Stop DeVos From Further Hurting Defrauded Students

“She made it extremely difficult for these students to get any relief. These schools take the money and run, and the students end up holding the bag with massive debts."