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"We call on the Biden administration to do its part to assist borrowers hampered by crippling debt.
The Department's Office for Civil Rights will solicit public comments to help decide how best to improve current regulations to assist America's students with disabilities.
“This just goes to show you don’t need to be afraid of being fired for organizing your store! You will get justice, it just takes some time."

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Judge Jackson will bring a broader perspectives and new experiences to court rulings.
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When Congress allocated $800 million to aid homeless students, it felt like a big win. Yet, as time has passed, there still are many schools that have yet to see the benefits. 

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New report has nearly 70 recommendations to promote worker organizing and collective bargaining.

On Jan. 27, 2022, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona delivered a speech outlining his priorities and vision for American education.