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What Navient’s exit from federal student loan servicing means for borrowers

October 20th, 2021 by schoolbound

With the Education Department approving Navient’s plans to transfer its federal accounts, here’s what borrowers can expect in the coming months.


No, the teachers are not okay

October 20th, 2021 by schoolbound

A veteran teacher says the profession is at a tipping point.


Legal victory for UNC on race-conscious admissions comes as Supreme Court weighs whether to take up the issue

October 19th, 2021 by schoolbound

A federal judge’s ruling this week that upholds race-conscious admissions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was the latest in a string of recent legal defeats for opponents of affirmative action in higher education.


College students struggle with mental health as pandemic drags on

October 14th, 2021 by schoolbound


American Federation of Teachers settles lawsuit against Education Dept. over loan forgiveness program

October 13th, 2021 by schoolbound

The agreement ensures the Education Department will reconsider the applications of public servants denied debt forgiveness and deliver an audit of the controversial loan cancellation program.


Educator’s Black Lives Matter Email Upends Her District

October 12th, 2021 by schoolbound

A Black superintendent’s email to parents after the killing of George Floyd engulfed a small, predominantly white Maryland community in a yearlong firestorm.


Virginia community colleges are dropping President John Tyler and others from their names amid racial reckoning

October 10th, 2021 by schoolbound

The national movement for social and racial justice led to fresh scrutiny of names honored in each of the system’s 23 colleges. In a state with a long and painful history of slavery and racial oppression — alongside a vibrant tradition of public higher education — there was much to consider.


With Masks On or Off, Schools Try to Find the New Normal

October 9th, 2021 by schoolbound

Despite some turmoil, a vast majority of students have been in classrooms full-time and mostly uninterrupted this fall. Now, educators debate what’s next.


Cardona resurrects student-aid enforcement unit disbanded by DeVos

October 9th, 2021 by schoolbound

The unit, created in 2016 and shelved in 2018, will resume investigations into colleges and universities that defraud students.


John Wilson and Gamal Abdelaziz Convicted In Varsity Blues Trial

October 8th, 2021 by schoolbound

John Wilson, a private equity financier, and Gamal Abdelaziz, a former casino executive, were the first people to stand trial in the federal investigation.