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State education chiefs applauded the decision to postpone the NAEP given the disruptions caused by COVID-19.
The rules would allow for flavored milk, cut the amount of whole grains, and delay requirements to reduce sodium.
Our infographic highlights some of the notable changes and court decisions between 1975, when it first became federal law that states receive funding to provide a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) to children with disabilities, and 2017.
Democratic members of Congress have reintroduced the Keeping All Students Safe Act, which would make it illegal for schools receiving federal money to seclude children and would ban certain restraint practices.
Education experts say the impact of COVID-19-related revenue losses will be felt even more in the 2021-22 school year.
COVID relief, social justice and loan forgiveness top the priorities the NEA teachers union hopes the Biden-Harris Administration will tackle with its education agenda.
Union president says the community school model presents a path forward for the incoming Biden-Harris administration as U.S. schools grapple with systemic racism and recover from the COVID pandemic.
The class action accused every state and local educational agency in the country of denying FAPE to students with disabilities during the extended school closures.
Current suits and resolved cases revolving around pandemic-related school closures.
When school IEP team members decide prior to a meeting what they're going to put in the IEP, it opens up school districts to legal disputes.
Minnesota offers supports to help school districts clarify issues related to how the federal money can be spent.
A dozen states used CARES Act funding to help the families of K-12 students purchase Wi-Fi-enabled devices, broadband hotspots or both.