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The number of students enrolled ties directly to the amount of state funding a district receives under the CARES Act—and if those funds are not spent by Dec. 30, they will return to the federal government.
What does ED guidance say about obtaining annual counts during the pandemic? Here’s a look at that process through the lens of one state, Tennessee.
Following are 4 considerations to keep in mind, including FERPA rules, parents’ comfort level with technology, and state and district policies.
A school district shares best practices its administrators can pinpoint after having used the federal funds to support professional development.
School systems in states that followed the interim final rule on equitable services for private schools are in a tricky spot if they already allocated funds to these schools.
The continuing resolution, signed by President Trump, will fund department programs and adds $8 billion to extend and expand child nutrition programs.
A look at Judge Amy Coney Barrett's education-related decisions as a Circuit Court judge since 2017
Students claim that educational agencies across the country violated the IDEA, Section 504, and the ADA by failing to provide in-person services during the pandemic, which they say violates the RICO Act.
An attorney and an equality expert share 5 ways schools can ensure that reopening practices comply with Americans with Disabilities Act mandates.
School districts may be able to use student counts and property valuation data from 2020-21 for their 2021-22 Impact Aid applications, due in late January.
The statement comes a few days after a U.S. District Court judge rules that the U.S. Education Department exceeded its authority when it released the interim final rule.