Test yourself on this week’s K-12 news
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From an approved GOP-led House plan to cut Title I funding to more state cell phone restrictions in schools, what did you learn from our recent stories ..read more
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Oklahoma religious charter cancels fall opening, plans SCOTUS appeal
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The move comes after the Oklahoma Supreme Court denied the school state funding, blocking the creation of the nation’s first religious public school ..read more
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House committee advances bill to mandate FAFSA release by Oct. 1
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The proposed legislation received largely bipartisan support, but some worry the hard deadline could backfire if not part of a comprehensive plan ..read more
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House committee approves 25% cut to Title I
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The Republican-led plan for FY 2025 proposes an 11% overall cut to the U.S. Department of Education ..read more
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Parents to spend nearly 22% more on back-to-school shopping this year
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However, lower-income parents, defined as earning less than $50,000, are cutting their budgets because of inflation, a JLL survey found ..read more
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Private school choice enrollment exceeds 1M students for first time
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Participation has doubled over the last 5 years. Still, enrollment represents just 2% of the eligible K-12 population ..read more
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House passes resolution seeking to overturn Title IX rule
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The rule protecting LGBTQ+ students faces an uncertain future with preliminary injunctions and a recent Supreme Court decision further blunting its reach ..read more
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GOP lawmakers raise pressure on Education Department after Chevron decision
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In a letter to the agency, Reps. Virginia Foxx and James Comer said they will ensure adherence to the Supreme Court’s Loper Bright decision ..read more
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As FCC prepares for E-rate expansion vote, a lawsuit seeks to block the way
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The claim filed in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court against the FCC’s modernization of E-rate is unlikely to succeed, says one ed tech legal expert ..read more
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Black and Latino access to certain STEM courses still inequitable
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Black, American Indian and Alaska Native students are least likely to attend a high school with a full range of math, science and computer science courses ..read more
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