DoEd Advancing Equity in Education
DoEd Advancing Equity in Education
2021-06-14 17:22:07
by Ansley Puckett

The Department of Education is taking action to advance equity in education and ensure that schools are serving students across the nation. According to a release on Wednesday, the Department of Education has published a report detailing the varying impacts... Read More

Murphy, Davis Want K-12 Tax Deduction Made Available to Athletic Coaches, Administrators
2021-05-24 18:19:59
by Reece Nations

WASHINGTON — Reps. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., and Rodney Davis, R-Ill., are sponsoring legislation that would expand a federal tax deduction so K-12 athletic coaches and administrators are eligible for reimbursement should they pay out of pocket to buy equipment and... Read More

Subsidized Broadband Benefit Program Available for K-12 Today
2021-05-12 20:57:57
by Victoria Turner

Amanda Schermerhorn recently majored in political science at Minnesota State Community and Technical College. During the pandemic, she often had to use her Detroit Lakes campus free wi-fi from her car in the parking lot, along with other students, just... Read More

Most K-12 Parents Don’t Want Full-Time In-Person Classes This Fall
2020-08-04 20:01:48
by Sara Wilkerson

As schools across the country consider their learning options for the upcoming academic school year, a new Gallup poll says fewer parents favor full-time in-person instruction, suggesting a shift in parental preferences from late May.  At the end of the... Read More

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