News

November 2021
EducationWeek: Here’s How Schools Can Use Federal COVID Aid to Solve Bus Driver and Other Transportation Woes
EducationWeek: The Infrastructure Bill Includes Billions for Broadband. What It Would Mean for Students
Associated Press: Biden vaccine mandates face first test with federal workers
Associated Press: US employers shrugged off virus and stepped up hiring
Inside Higher Ed: Bridging the Gap Between Low-Income Students and Top Colleges
October 2021
Associated Press: Dems see progress in adding drug cost curbs to budget bill
The Washington Post: Most Americans want Congress to support child care and elder care, our research finds — even many Republicans
The Hill: HBCU uses federal COVID-19 relief funds to cancel student debt
The New York Times: Men Are Caregivers, Too, in Democrats’ Plan
Reuters: House passes biz-backed bill adding protections for nursing moms
Associated Press: US unemployment claims fall to new pandemic low of 290,000
HuffPost: Biden Gets Tough With States That Haven’t Adopted COVID-19 Safety Rules
EducationWeek: Helping Students Plan How to Pay for College Is More Important Than Ever: Schools Can Help
The Hill: Higher education initiatives that are delivering for students with learning differences
Inside Higher Ed: Settlement Backs Up Overhaul of Loan Forgiveness Program
EducationWeek: Thousands of Teachers Who Were Denied Loan Forgiveness Will Get a Second Chance
Associated Press: Nursing schools see applications rise, despite COVID burnout
Associated Press: Borrowers denied student loan relief will get a second look
EducationWeek: What Students Think About Their Third Year of Pandemic Schooling
EducationWeek: Teachers May See Student Loans Forgiven Under New Ed. Dept. Changes
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