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1 US Department of Education Reaffirms Commitment to Protecting the Religious Liberty of Students and Religious Organizations
2 State Attorneys General File Suit Against U.S. Department of Education
3 Secretary DeVos Awards More than $180 Million to States Rethinking K-12 Education to Better Meet Students' Needs During Coronavirus Disruption
4 Where does the Ed Dept's CARES rule stand?
5 US Department of Ed continues to streamline student loan processing
6 Ed Dept official: Don't expect testing waivers this year
7 Secretary DeVos Launches New Grant Competition to Promote Education Choice for Native American Students
8 Why K-12 Education Needs More Federal Stimulus Funding
9 Colleges grapple with professional licensure disclosures
10 A look at the demographic indicators should motivate change in higher education (opinion)
11 Secretary DeVos Announces Grant Funds to Expand STEM-Focused Education Opportunities for Students at HBCUs, MSIs
12 Chemical Insights' 3D Printing Toolkit Now Available to Schools Through U.S. Department of Education's Green Strides Portal
13 California Attorney General Files Suit Against Secretary DeVos and US Department of Education for Repealing Critical “Borrower Defense” Regulations
14 US Department of Education Issues Rule to Protect American Taxpayers from Waste, Fraud, and Abuse, Ensure COVID-19 Relief Funds Get to Eligible Students
15 Trump Administration Announces $85 Million to Support Disadvantaged Students in Nation's Capital Attending K-12 Private Schools of Their Choice
16 US Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid Announces New Contracts with Five Companies to Improve Customer Service, Increase Accountability
17 Readout of the US Department of Education's COVID-19 Conference Call with K-12 Stakeholders
18 Secretary DeVos Makes Available Over $13 Billion in Emergency Coronavirus Relief to Support Continued Education for K-12 Students
19 Delivering on President Trump's Promise, Secretary DeVos Suspends Federal Student Loan Payments, Waives Interest During National Emergency
20 Readout of the US Department of Education's K-12 Educator Forum on Remote Learning Best Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic
21 Readout of the US Department of Education's Coronavirus Conference Call with Chief State School Officers
22 AGs, Ed. department continue to grapple over school CARES funding
23 US Department of Education Releases Webinar, Fact Sheet for Protecting Students' Civil Rights During COVID-19 Response
24 University of Arizona acquires Ashford University
25 Secretary DeVos Rapidly Delivers More Than $6 Billion in Emergency Cash Grants for College Students Impacted by Coronavirus Outbreak
26 Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Authorizes New Funding Flexibilities to Support Continued Learning During COVID-19 National Emergency
27 Urging States to Continue Educating Students with Disabilities, Secretary DeVos Publishes New Resource on Accessibility and Distance Learning Options
28 Ed Tech Cashes In on the Pandemic
29 US Department of Education Launches Investigation into Foreign Gifts Reporting at Ivy League Universities
30 Education news from around Idaho
31 Coronavirus Public Health Emergency Underscores Need for Department of Education's Proposed Distance Learning Rules
32 Secretary DeVos Issues Rule to Ensure CARES Act Funding Serves All Students
33 Secretary DeVos Directs FSA to Stop Wage Garnishment, Collections Actions for Student Loan Borrowers, Will Refund More Than $1.8 Billion to Students, Families
34 Secretary DeVos Takes Historic Action to Strengthen Title IX Protections for All Students
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36 Controversy over public special ed during pandemic continues in South Florida
37 FBI arrests scholars accused of lying about Chinese military ties
38 US Department of Education Rated Among Top Agencies on “Invest In What Works” Federal Standard of Excellence
39 Los Angeles is ground zero for the interpretation of California’s new charter schools law
40 Secretary DeVos Releases New Resources for Educators, Local Leaders on K-12 Flexibilities, Student Privacy, and Educating Students with Disabilities During Coronavirus Outbreak
41 Secretary DeVos Announces $3 Billion in Emergency Education Block Grants for Governors
42 Teachers are so worried about returning to school that they're preparing wills
43 Coronavirus school reopening complicates life for students with special needs
44 Several of Secretary DeVos' Rethink Higher Education Regulations Take Effect Today as Department Issues New Rule to Protect Religious Liberty, Reform TEACH Grant Program
45 Did Betsy DeVos Say COVID-19 Will 'Only' Kill .02% of US Students?
46 Secretary DeVos Expands Second Chance Pell Experiment, More than Doubling Opportunities for Incarcerated Students to Gain Job Skills and Earn Postsecondary Credentials
47 Amid Confusion, Feds Seek to Clarify Online Learning for Special Education Students
48 Secretary DeVos Launches New Grant Competition to Spark Student-Centered, Agile Learning Opportunities to Support Recovery from National Emergency
49 U.S. Department of Education: 40 Years Is Enough
50 Research shows sex ed reduces rates of sexual activity
51 Big Ten cancels Michigan football. In Ann Arbor, businesses brace for worst
52 Secretary DeVos Launches New Student-Centered Grant Competition to Spur Short-Term Education Opportunities, Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth as America Reopens
53 Readout of Vice President Pence and Secretary DeVos' Conference Call with Education Stakeholders
54 US Department of Education Advances Trump Administration's STEM Investment Priorities
55 Secretary DeVos Delivers on Promise to Provide Students Relevant, Actionable Information Needed to Make Personalized Education Decisions
56 US Department of Education, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Better Serve Student Loan Borrowers
57 President Trump Proposes Transformative, Student-First Budget to Return Power to States, Limit Federal Control of Education
58 US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Announces New Flexibility for States to Better Meet the Needs of Students, Local Communities
59 Secretary DeVos Unveils Enhanced Online Portal for Higher Education Institutions to Report Foreign Gifts and Contracts
60 US Department of Education Finalizes Regulations to Protect Student Borrowers, Hold Higher Education Institutions Accountable and Save Taxpayers $11.1 Billion Over 10 Years
61 Secretary DeVos Announces New, Proactive Civil Rights Compliance Center within Office for Civil Rights
62 Department of Education Earns A+ for Technology Modernization
63 U.S. Department of Education Expands COVID-19 Regulatory Flexibilities for Higher Education Institutions
64 Erin Brockovich Wants to Know What You’re Drinking
65 The Edge: 4 Key Questions About the University of Arizona-Ashford University Deal
66 US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Releases Statement on State of the Union
67 US Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services
68 Launches to Help Educators, Administrators, Parents, and Law Enforcement Prepare for Threats
69 US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Announces Proposed Rule Regarding Equal Treatment of Faith-Based Education Institutions, Provides Updated School Prayer Guidance
70 Confusion continues over the Education Department's take on emergency aid distribution
71 Secretary DeVos Awards $65 Million to Create and Expand Public Charter Schools in Areas of Greatest Need
72 Could COVID-19 Transform US Education?
73 U.S. Department of Education Releases Guidance for Title IV Participating Institutions Regarding Coronavirus
74 Much ado about Medicaid: How dentists can better serve disadvantaged populations
75 Secretary DeVos Challenges Educators to Rethink Education Options for Rural High School Students Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
76 Ed Dept extends online education flexibilities to year end
77 US Department of Education Holds Penn State Accountable for its Failure to Protect Students from Sexual Misconduct, Requires Major Overhaul of Title IX Procedures Following Compliance Review
78 National Federal Student Loan Cohort Default Rate Continues to Decline
79 Special education in Vermont 'needs intervention,' feds say
80 FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
81 Secretary DeVos Approves New Methodology for Providing Student Loan Relief to Borrower Defense Applicants
82 Secretary DeVos Delivers Nearly $1.4 Billion in Additional CARES Act Relief Funds to HBCUs, Minority Serving Institutions, and Colleges and Universities Serving Low-Income Students
83 Secretary DeVos Announces New Grant Competition for School Districts to Launch Student-Centered Funding Program
84 Secretary DeVos Finalizes Higher Education Regulations that Promote Innovation, Protect Students, and Reduce Regulatory Burden
85 U.S. Department of Education releases $3 billion for COVID-19 relief
86 Why some California classrooms will reopen for child care, though barred from in-person instruction
87 Secretary DeVos Cancels Student Loans, Resets Pell Eligibility, and Extends Closed School Discharge Period for Students Impacted by Dream Center School Closures
88 US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Names 161 Students as 2020 US Presidential Scholars
89 Congress must fix the challenges to emergency student grants that the Education Department has created (opinion)
90 Brown establishes endowed chair in Palestinian studies
91 Secretary DeVos Approves First Wave of Perkins Career and Technical Education State Plans
92 Secretary DeVos on Espinoza: Religious Discrimination is Dead
93 Secretary DeVos Releases Statement on 'Inexcusable' NAEP Results
94 Education Department's new $120 million in grants for short-term career programs
95 Federal Student Aid Delivers on Secretary DeVos' Promise to Modernize, Personalize Customer Experience
96 Cathy Slemp: A school assignment for us all
97 U.S. Department of Education provides COVID-19 guidance for colleges and universities
98 Prepared Remarks by Secretary DeVos at Federal Student Aid's Training Conference
99 Education Department to Resolve Borrower-Defense Case
100 Ed Dept backs off CARES grant eligibility guidance — sort of