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1 Department of Education released recommended guidelines for schools to determine instructional models
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3 Secretary DeVos Awards More than $180 Million to States Rethinking K-12 Education to Better Meet Students' Needs During Coronavirus Disruption
4 US Department of Education Reaffirms Commitment to Protecting the Religious Liberty of Students and Religious Organizations
5 Georgia Dept. of Ed. and Verizon enable distance learning for 12.5M students
6 Iowa Ed Department to rule on in-person school appeals
7 Cuomo, NYS Education Department out of sync on student COVID-19 testing
8 Los Angeles is ground zero for the interpretation of California’s new charter schools law
9 HCPS Virtual Learning Plan Approved By Harford County Board Of Ed
10 Dems Allege Ed Dept Official Helped For-Profit Dream Center
11 Secretary DeVos Announces Grant Funds to Expand STEM-Focused Education Opportunities for Students at HBCUs, MSIs
12 Ed Dept official: Don't expect testing waivers this year
13 Where does the Ed Dept's CARES rule stand?
14 California health officials list conditions for an elementary school waiver
15 Students in Special Education, English-Learners May Go Back to Class First. Here's Why
16 A look at the demographic indicators should motivate change in higher education (opinion)
17 Betty Rosa Appointed NYS Interim Education Commissioner
18 S.I. parents rally over concerns about remote learning in special ed
19 Indiana Education Head On Reopening Schools: Contact Tracing Is A 'Beast'
20 Ed Dept adds reporting requirement for small colleges seeking extra CARES aid
21 Some Richland One teachers have questions about school’s reopening plans
22 Oceanside School District students to return to classrooms in the fall
23 State Attorneys General File Suit Against U.S. Department of Education
24 The limits of naming and shaming in higher education
25 Ed board: No delay to start of school year
26 College of Ed helps keiki spark summer learning
27 University of Arizona acquires Ashford University
28 Seasoned faculty member reflects on what he wishes he'd known as a new professor (opinion)
29 Cuomo: Schools in New York State will reopen in September
30 In new guidance, Gov. Newsom to impose strict regulations for school opening and closing
31 Why I Give: 'I Give in Memory of My Dad. Establishing the Scholarship in His Name Contributed to Healing and Overcoming the Grief of Losing Him,' Says Administrative Assistant and Scholarship Manager Patty Fields
32 Trump may use executive powers to help student loan borrowers
33 California districts can seek waiver for elementary schools from ban on in-school instruction
34 Op-Ed: Why New Jersey Should Decide Right Now to Start the School Year with Statewide Remote Learning
35 Uncertainty over aid for higher education in possible next coronavirus relief bill
36 Why some California classrooms will reopen for child care, though barred from in-person instruction
37 Regional: Special Ed Funding Will Be More Equitable Under New State Law
38 'The urgency is real': CDC and Education Department join White House push to open schools amid coronavirus pandemic
39 AGs, Ed. department continue to grapple over school CARES funding
40 Secretary DeVos Launches New Grant Competition to Promote Education Choice for Native American Students
41 Parents must have a say in districts’ distance learning plans under new California law
42 Why special education funding will be more equitable under new state law
43 Westfield State teacher education program nationally accredited and commended for anti-racism work
44 House Panel Advances Dems' Education Spending Plan
45 UNC Chapel Hill faculty to students: stay home
46 Iowa Board of Education clarifies 'Return to Learn' guidance
47 Pace of California schools planning to open with distance learning accelerates
48 COVID-19 Roundup: more reversals and the start of in-person classes
49 Arizona State University launches virtual teacher institute
50 House Republican lawmakers examining foreign gifts to Harvard, Yale and others
51 Board Of Ed Discusses Readiness Of Teachers For Online Courses
52 Trump Administration Announces $85 Million to Support Disadvantaged Students in Nation's Capital Attending K-12 Private Schools of Their Choice
53 Trump administration drops directive on international students and online courses
54 Governor, state education commissioner host back-to-school briefing
55 IT Innovation Helps Campuses Open Safely
56 What Is Betsy DeVos Thinking?
57 Community Medical Center gives masks, gloves to Toms River schools
58 Lawmakers, state officials stand by school funding after senator spells out possible cuts
59 Cathy Slemp: A school assignment for us all
60 UAMS partners with ADH, Dept. of Higher Ed to conduct contact tracing on college campuses
61 New Faculty And Coaches Join GPS
62 Adult Ed holds Class of 2020 Commencement
63 Endorsement UPROAR roils House race — New virus RULES for BARS begin — MARKEY and KENNEDY to DEBATE tonight
64 Many forms of higher ed experimentation comes at the expense of faculty and staff (letter)
65 Op-Ed: How to Guarantee a Safe and Equitable Return to School
66 Doelger outlines specifics of school reopening plan
67 12 local school districts resubmitting reopening plans after landing on governor’s list
68 No fall sports in the Mountain West: coronavirus news roundup, 8.10.20
69 Union threatens 'safety strike' after City Colleges of Chicago falls short on reopening plans
70 Brown establishes endowed chair in Palestinian studies
71 Opinion | Comprehensive sex-ed for all can improve people's health
72 US Department of Education Releases Webinar, Fact Sheet for Protecting Students' Civil Rights During COVID-19 Response
73 The New Rules for School
74 Ed Department Issues New Guidance On Special Education During Pandemic
75 Helping Students Adversely Affected by School Closures, Secretary DeVos Announces Broad Flexibilities for States to Cancel Testing During National Emergency
76 Secretary DeVos Takes Historic Action to Strengthen Title IX Protections for All Students
77 Secretary DeVos Makes Available Over $13 Billion in Emergency Coronavirus Relief to Support Continued Education for K-12 Students
78 US Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid Announces New Contracts with Five Companies to Improve Customer Service, Increase Accountability
79 Readout of the US Department of Education's COVID-19 Conference Call with K-12 Stakeholders
80 Readout of the US Department of Education's Coronavirus Conference Call with Chief State School Officers
81 Unions: Basic Ed Dept failed to give detailed report on school re-opening
82 Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Authorizes New Funding Flexibilities to Support Continued Learning During COVID-19 National Emergency
83 Ed Department Offers More Special Education Guidance Amid COVID-19
84 Ed Dept extends online education flexibilities to year end
85 Readout of the US Department of Education's K-12 Educator Forum on Remote Learning Best Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic
86 Secretary DeVos Rapidly Delivers More Than $6 Billion in Emergency Cash Grants for College Students Impacted by Coronavirus Outbreak
87 Urging States to Continue Educating Students with Disabilities, Secretary DeVos Publishes New Resource on Accessibility and Distance Learning Options
88 Secretary DeVos Issues Rule to Ensure CARES Act Funding Serves All Students
89 Secretary DeVos Unveils Enhanced Online Portal for Higher Education Institutions to Report Foreign Gifts and Contracts
90 US Department of Education Issues Rule to Protect American Taxpayers from Waste, Fraud, and Abuse, Ensure COVID-19 Relief Funds Get to Eligible Students
91 Coronavirus Public Health Emergency Underscores Need for Department of Education's Proposed Distance Learning Rules
92 Confusion continues over the Education Department's take on emergency aid distribution
93 Secretary DeVos Challenges Educators to Rethink Education Options for Rural High School Students Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
94 US Department of Education Launches Investigation into Foreign Gifts Reporting at Ivy League Universities
95 Secretary DeVos Announces $3 Billion in Emergency Education Block Grants for Governors
96 Secretary DeVos Directs FSA to Stop Wage Garnishment, Collections Actions for Student Loan Borrowers, Will Refund More Than $1.8 Billion to Students, Families
97 Secretary DeVos Launches New Grant Competition to Spark Student-Centered, Agile Learning Opportunities to Support Recovery from National Emergency
98 California community colleges sue education department over federal emergency financial aid relief
99 S.2 E.7: “Serving and Advancing the College”
100 Several of Secretary DeVos' Rethink Higher Education Regulations Take Effect Today as Department Issues New Rule to Protect Religious Liberty, Reform TEACH Grant Program