An alternate route for school choice By Benjamin Wermund 06/23/2017 10:00 AM EDT With help from Kimberly Hefling, Caitlin Emma and Harry JaffeAN ALTERNATE ROUTE FOR SCHOOL CHOICE: The Heritage Foundation, which has been influential with the Trump administration, is advocating a path that it says would fulfill President Donald Trump’s school choice expansion campaign promise without expanding the federal footprint in education.
Wanted: ‘Costly’ and ‘burdensome’ regulations By Benjamin Wermund 06/22/2017 10:05 AM EDT With help from Kimberly Hefling and Caitlin EmmaWANTED: ‘COSTLY’ AND ‘BURDENSOME’ REGULATIONS: The Education Department wants the public’s opinion on federal education regulations to change or kill. The call for ideas, published in the Federal Register this morning, says the administration is “particularly interested in regulatory provisions that you find unduly costly or unnecessarily burdensome."
New marching orders for civil rights probes By Benjamin Wermund 06/16/2017 10:00 AM EDT With help from Kimberly Hefling, Josh Gerstein and Aubree Eliza Weaver NEW MARCHING ORDERS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS PROBES: The Trump administration sent the clearest signal yet that it will take a different approach on Title IX enforcement when it issued a memo this month telling civil rights investigators to investigate only specific allegations in complaints — rather than take the systemic approach favored by...
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