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COVID-19 Aid Restrictions Rule Won’t Apply to California Community Colleges

| June 17, 2020 California’s community colleges don’t have to abide by a Department of Education rule that Read more

Education Department Officially Bars Emergency Pandemic Aid to Undocumented Students

| June 12, 2020
The Department of Education on Thursday formally issued a rule, which was earlier a guidance, b [...] Read more

Ed Department Says Connecticut May Lose Federal Funding if It Doesn’t Ban Transgender Athletes

| June 2, 2020
The Department of Education has in a letter said Connecticut may lose federal funding if it all [...] Read more

Trump Vetoes Move to Ease Loan Forgiveness for Defrauded Students

by | May 31, 2020
President Donald Trump late on Friday vetoed a resolution that would have made it easier for st [...] Read more

Many Student Veterans May Not Receive COVID-19 Emergency Grants, Says Advocacy Group

| May 19, 2020
Many students veterans may not be eligible to receive federal COVID-19 emergency grants because [...] Read more

Report: Undocumented Students Generated $133 Million in Emergency Aid, but They Won’t Receive a Penny

by Pearl Stewart | May 18, 2020
An estimated half-million undocumented students enrolled in colleges and universities generated [...] Read more

How Will the Coronavirus Change Higher Education for Incarcerated Students?

by | May 14, 2020
Like the rest of the higher education landscape, college programs in prisons across the country [...] Read more

New Department of Education Sexual Assault Investigation Rules Spark Controversy

by | May 6, 2020
The Department of Education on Wednesday issued much-awaited final regulations on how campuses [...] Read more

Amid COVID-19, Doubling Pell Grants is the Next Urgent Need for HBCUs, Says UNCF

by | May 1, 2020
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is soon going to pitch for doubling Pell Grants so Black a [...] Read more

Young Invincibles: Elite Institutions Should Accept Stimulus Funds

by | April 27, 2020
Late last week, the University of Pennsylvania joined its rich, elite peers, like Harvard, Prin [...] Read more

Accrediting Body Asks For ‘Critical Flexibility’ in Distance Education Review

by | April 23, 2020
The Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions on Tuesday submitted a letter to Education Secr [...] Read more

$6.28 Billion From CARES Act Released For Emergency Cash Grants to Students

| April 9, 2020
Colleges can soon disburse some federal emergency cash grants to students affected by the coron [...] Read more

Democratic Senators Urge Companies to Provide Relief For Private Student Borrowers

| April 7, 2020
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and 13 other Democratic Senators on Tuesday urged student lo [...] Read more

Officials and Advocates Seek to Halt Title IX Rule Changes Amid COVID-19 Disruptions

by Pearl Stewart | April 6, 2020
Three Senators joined 18 state attorneys general and a leading academic association to urge the [...] Read more

Betsy DeVos Proposes New Regulations Regarding Online Education

by | April 2, 2020
The sudden shift to online learning as a result of COVID-19 has emphasized the need for updated [...] Read more
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