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usnews | December 13, 2017
Senate Democrats pressed Federal Communication Commission Chairman Ajit Pai on Wednesday to delay a vote on internet neutrality rules, arguing in a letter that the repeal of the regulations could be devastating for K-12 and higher education. The letter, organized by Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and signed by more than 20 of her Democratic colleagues, comes a day before the FCC is set to vote Thursday to undo Obama-era regulations that ensure companies that provide internet access cannot favor cer...
U.S. News | August 23, 2018
The Senate approved an $854 billion measure Thursday that funds much of the government, including $675 billion for the Defense Department.The bill combines military spending with disbursements for Health and Human Services, Education, Labor and other agencies.With the vote, the Senate has passed nine of the 12 mandatory spending bills for the budget year that begins Oct. 1. That's a marked departure from recent years, when individual spending measures were routinely ignored in favor of giant...
eSchool News | January 14, 2019
While new trends such as extended reality and mobile devices are enabling expansive changes in K-12 education, innovation is often impeded by obstacles such as clunky professional development and digital equity, according to new research.These new insights on what hinders and what support K-12 innovation come from CoSN’s Driving K-12 Innovation series, which highlights new trends supporting the use of emerging technology in K-12 education.As part of the initiative, CoSN convenes a global a...
TES | February 01, 2019
The education maintenance allowance increased the likelihood that pupils would expect to apply to university, new research has suggested.But the study by academics at the University of Essex also found that the impact of the allowance on changing attitudes seemed to be greater for pupils who did not have older siblings.To analyse the impact of financial aid on expectations about applying to university, the researchers looked at the EMA – a means-tested weekly allowance provided to low-inco...
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