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The rules would allow for flavored milk, cut the amount of whole grains, and delay requirements to reduce sodium.
Education experts say the impact of COVID-19-related revenue losses will be felt even more in the 2021-22 school year.
The Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill includes $73.2 billion in overall spending for the Department of Education, including approximately $16.4 billion for Title I.
The guidance includes timelines for identification and exiting of schools in improvement status under the ESEA.
Mesa Public Schools in Arizona is using federal funds to serve students in various ways and increase efficiencies.
Extension of USDA free meals program through the end of 2020-21 was met with overall relief by educators. However, some are concerned applications will drop.
In a Q&A, the president and CEO of the Data Quality Campaign discusses the importance of using data that has already been collected to measure and improve student achievement.
The continuing resolution, signed by President Trump, will fund department programs and adds $8 billion to extend and expand child nutrition programs.
This school year in particular, it may be easy to miss sending parents information that’s required by law. Here are several TItle I-related items to ensure get sent home.
School officials at the state level say that summer is the time for conversations about what worked and what didn’t work for students and teachers.
While the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in school districts having breaks from the requirements of statewide accountability systems, state leaders say it’s time to track student progress again.
Education experts explain how CARES Act funds can be used to provide educational continuity and to support teachers and students.
The U.S. Department of Education provides answers to questions about implementation of the CARES Act and its equitable services stipulation for local educational agencies receiving funds.
Here are important actions to take, according to an attorney with Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost LLP, when reassessing online learning as school closures continue.
Know what the allowable uses of funds are for distance learning through the $13.23 billion Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund.