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More than half of women’s teams at the college level have male head coaches, but almost no men’s teams have female head coaches.
A special assessment of 9-year-olds shows how student achievement suffered during the pandemic.
Biden will cancel up to $20,000 in student loans for low-income undergraduate students.
Data collected as a result of the Every Student Succeeds Act shows New York had the highest median per-pupil spending on education in 2019.
Five cases this summer re-examined immigration policy, environmental regulations, abortion rights, the separation of church and state, and gun safety.
Government data shows how COVID-19 intersected with everything from the economy to how people watch television.
Almost one-third of federal student loan borrowers owed less than $10,000 in 2020.
About a third of the meals provided under the program will no longer be free next fall.
Where and when these shootings have happened over two decades.
Hundreds of colleges, including the University of California, stopped requiring admission tests during the pandemic.
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