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Live 5 News Charleston
Transgender child can pick restroom at DD2 schoolSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina sc
Transgender child can pick restroom at DD2 school
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement... Read more
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Island Packet
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina schoolThe U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina school
Island Packet / Posted 4 days ago
The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement that Dorchester District... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Transgender Child Can Pick Restroom at SC SchoolSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina sc
Transgender Child Can Pick Restroom at SC School
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement... Read more
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Salon.com
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina schoolSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) — The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina sc
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina school
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) — The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department’s Office for Civil Rights said in a statement... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Dorchester: Transgender child can use restroom of choiceSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) — The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina sc
Dorchester: Transgender child can use restroom of choice
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) — The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina schoolSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina sc
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina school
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement... Read more
8 related stories
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WBTV Charlotte
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina schoolSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina sc
Transgender child can pick restroom at South Carolina school
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says a South Carolina school district has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Dorchester: Transgender child can use restroom of choiceSUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says Dorchester District
Dorchester: Transgender child can use restroom of choice
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 4 days ago
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (AP) - The U.S. Education Department says Dorchester District 2 has agreed to let a transgender elementary student use the restroom with which she identifies. The Department's Office for Civil Rights said in a statement the... Read more
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NJ.com
Menendez helped Florida donor who made illegal contributionsfederal corruption charges stemming from assistance he gave to a friend and cam
Menendez helped Florida donor who made illegal contributions
NJ.com / Posted 7 days ago
federal corruption charges stemming from assistance he gave to a friend and campaign donor, wrote a letter in 2012 to the U.S. Education Department on behalf of Miami-based Dade Medical College, a for-profit institution. In the letter, he backed... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Hoggard works to prevent chronic absenteeismshe said. "The sooner you can intervene, you have a better chance of getting (s
Hoggard works to prevent chronic absenteeism
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 12 days ago
she said. "The sooner you can intervene, you have a better chance of getting (students) re-engaged." According to the U.S. Education Department, more than 6 million kids are considered "chronically absent." That means a child misses 15 or more... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
For-profit college watchdog under federal scrutinywielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It’
For-profit college watchdog under federal scrutiny
WWLP Springfield / Posted 13 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It’s one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Rule would ease loan debt relief to students at rogue for-profit schoolsclosing schools and leaving thousands of students with hefty debt and frustrate
Rule would ease loan debt relief to students at rogue for-profit schools
Los Angeles Times / Posted 13 days ago
closing schools and leaving thousands of students with hefty debt and frustrated in their efforts to earn degrees. The U.S. Education Department has so far erased the debt for more than 8,800 former Corinthian students, totaling more than $132... Read more
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The Signal
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
The Signal / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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Deseret News
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
Deseret News / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
Lowell Sun / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
14 related stories
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WWLP Springfield
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It’
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
WWLP Springfield / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It’s one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
14 related stories
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The Wilmington Star-News
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
14 related stories
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Salon.com
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It’
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
Salon.com / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It’s one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
14 related stories
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Island Packet
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdogwielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It'
Feds consider whether to shut for-profit college watchdog
Island Packet / Posted 15 days ago
wielding the stamp of approval that colleges need to receive federal money. It's one of many accreditors authorized by the U.S. Education Department to ensure the quality of schools. But the nonprofit is being accused of employing lax standards and... Read more
14 related stories
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KERA North Texas
More Than 6 Million U.S. Students Are 'Chronically Absent'year — that's just two days a month --research shows they are way more likely t
More Than 6 Million U.S. Students Are 'Chronically Absent'
KERA North Texas / Posted 16 days ago
year — that's just two days a month --research shows they are way more likely to fall behind — even drop out. Today, the U.S. Education Department is releasing a report on the first national data set on chronic absence — defined as missing 15 or... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
More Than 6 Million U.S. Students Are 'Chronically Absent'year — that's just two days a month --research shows they are way more likely t
More Than 6 Million U.S. Students Are 'Chronically Absent'
KPBS San Diego / Posted 16 days ago
year — that's just two days a month --research shows they are way more likely to fall behind — even drop out. Today, the U.S. Education Department is releasing a report on the first national data set on chronic absence — defined as missing 15 or... Read more
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NBC News
Jack Montague, Basketball Captain Expelled for Sexual Misconduct, Sues YaleTitle IX office, did the woman allege that the sex wasn't consensual, it says.
Jack Montague, Basketball Captain Expelled for Sexual Misconduct, Sues Yale
NBC News / Posted 17 days ago
Title IX office, did the woman allege that the sex wasn't consensual, it says. Yale had been under scrutiny from the U.S. Education Department and the Office of Civil Rights until earlier in 2014 as part of an agreement it reached to settle... Read more
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Philly.com
Black students more likely to be suspended: U.S. Education Departmentlikely to be suspended from public school than white students, part of persiste
Black students more likely to be suspended: U.S. Education Department
Philly.com / Posted 19 days ago
likely to be suspended from public school than white students, part of persistent disparities in U.S. schools, according to U.S. Education Department data released on Tuesday. The department's Civil Rights Data Collection for the 2013-14 school... Read more
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Reuters
Black students more likely to be suspended: U.S. Education Departmentlikely to be suspended from public school than white students, part of persiste
Black students more likely to be suspended: U.S. Education Department
Reuters / Posted 19 days ago
likely to be suspended from public school than white students, part of persistent disparities in U.S. schools, according to U.S. Education Department data released on Tuesday. The department's Civil Rights Data Collection for the 2013-14 school... Read more
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KERA North Texas
The Civil Rights Problem In U.S. Schools: 10 New Numbershas been sending it to the nation's schools to gauge educational access and enf
The Civil Rights Problem In U.S. Schools: 10 New Numbers
KERA North Texas / Posted 19 days ago
has been sending it to the nation's schools to gauge educational access and enforce civil rights law. Today, the U.S. Education Department released its 2013-2014 CRDC results, covering more than 95,000 schools and 50 million... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
The Civil Rights Problem In U.S. Schools: 10 New Numbershas been sending it to the nation's schools to gauge educational access and enf
The Civil Rights Problem In U.S. Schools: 10 New Numbers
KPBS San Diego / Posted 19 days ago
has been sending it to the nation's schools to gauge educational access and enforce civil rights law. Today, the U.S. Education Department released its 2013-2014 CRDC results, covering more than 95,000 schools and 50 million... Read more

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