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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."
Based on the evolving variants and the new findings of science, we are in full support of all mitigation methods recently recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The labor movement, the AFL-CIO and the nation lost a legend today.

RAND researchers surveyed 2,015 parents of children age 5–18 in May 2021 about their willingness to send their children to school in person in fall 2021. They also asked parents about their support for various health and safety practices at school, including getting their children tested for coronavirus disease 2019, and whether they would get their children vaccinated if a vaccine were available. The results are intended to inform school districts' and health officials' planning for operating schools in fall 2021.

By the time you read this editorial, Independence Day will have come and gone. Nevertheless, the date, July 4, should occasion thoughts—which we hope persist in your minds.
Educators worked hand in hand with parents to support student success and discovered what is possible when collaboration with families is a priority.
President Biden has just announced the most ambitious game plan since FDR’s New Deal for enhancing the well-being of working Americans and trimming the incomes of America’s super rich.