NC Gov. Directs $95.6M to Help Students | TX School Advocates Launch Campaign Urging Parents to Keep Kids in Public Schools | US Dept of Ed Launches New Title IX Resources | Univ System of GA Sets Records for Degrees Awarded
Tennessee officials offer $100K teacher program grants | Adapting CTE programs to remote environments could expand access beyond COVID-19 | Gov. Whitmer calls on all state universities to have students stay home | Extra Tuition-Free Time on Campus
What remote learning will look like this fall for Massachusetts students | Report examines the impact of mandatory FAFSA policies | Miami-Dade Schools Prepare for Online Learning | S.C. receives $15M Rethink K-12 Education grant
Georgia DOE will help more than 12 million students with Distance Learning | States Partner to Reskill Workers |
Louisiana to Award Nearly $11 Million in Federal Funding | Virtual academy draws nearly half of district’s students
After last-minute change, D.C. says it wants students back but will wait and watch virus | Illinois to spend additional $108.5 million in emergency funds | Could Orange County schools reopen in fall with no masks? | How to reimagine testing in post-COVID education
NJ offers ‘bridge’ year for high school students to make up for class time | New policy aims to stop IN high schools from writing off students | Ivy League Places All Sports on Hold Until January | Free Community College Moves Forward in CT
Over 300 admissions deans pledge not to disadvantage students | S.D. veterans can attend state's technical colleges tuition free | GA takes first step to dismiss standardized tests | Supreme Court Rules in Favor of State Funding for Religious Education
Illinois releases guidelines to reopen schools in the fall | Task force: Concerns over social distancing, hybrid learning | Newsom agrees to rethink sharp California budget cuts | NC bill aimed at providing more mental health resources in schools
Indiana’s K-12 schools won’t face state funding cuts | Florida education commissioner: ‘We want schools fully open in the fall' | Back To School For Real in Texas? | Can Bachelor’s Degree Programs at Community Colleges Increase Access?
Gov. Newsom won’t bend on directing billions to low-income students’ learning loss | $275M in CARES funds allocated to Alabama higher education | Florida relaxes Bright Futures scholarship rules | The Future of Apprenticeships
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