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March 2022
Spotlight on America: With thousands of kids secluded & restrained, Congress again tries to ban practices
Republic Report : Calls Mount in Congress for Federal Probe of Keiser University
CNBC: A petition for an $18 minimum wage is gaining signatures in California. What that means for the hourly worker
Inside Higher Ed: Biden Urged to Extend Freeze on Loan Payments
CNN: Millions of kids face risk of hunger if Congress doesn't extend pandemic school lunch waivers
The Hill: House passes sweeping $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill
WAVY TV-10: Senate, House pass resolutions condemning recent bomb threats against HBCUs
The Washington Post: U.S. adds 678,000 jobs in February, with labor market nearing full recovery from pandemic
Pensions & Investments: Lawmakers spar on DOL ESG proposal, discuss retirement security
NPR: When colleges defraud students, should the government go after school executives?
NPR: When colleges defraud students, should the government go after school executives?
February 2022
EducationWeek: What the CDC’s Relaxed Mask Recommendations Mean for Schools
Associated Press: States urged to address funding disparities for HBCUs
The New York Times: A Key to Returning to Normal Is Paid Sick Leave, Democrats Say
The Hill: Education department to erase $415M in student loan debt for nearly 16K borrowers
Associated Press: Young workers give unions new hope
CBS News: How the White House wants to expand unions — starting with federal workers
Associated Press: School lunch rules updated to help ease pandemic disruptions
The Washington Post: House panel says nonprofit Everglades College enriches its owner
January 2022
Associated Press: Education chief: ‘We must make up for lost time’ in schools
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