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By May 2021, students of color were learning in-person at lower rates than white students, according to the Department of Education.
The economy added 531,000 jobs last month. The unemployment rate fell to 4.6%.
Federal investments in universities affected over 3,000 schools including 17.5 million graduate and undergraduate students.
Millions of parents are opting for choices like charter schools, magnet schools, and home-schooling.
Less than one percent of loan debt was cancelled.
Black students are suspended and expelled at a disproportionate rate compared to their white peers, according to the latest government education data.
Seventeen states including Washington, DC are requiring indoor mask-wearing in K-12 schools for the fall semester
The American Families Plan would invest $200 billion into public pre-k.
Between 2000 and 2019, the price the average college student paid for tuition, fees, and room and board increased 59%.
Student loan debt is on the rise. Three proposals are being considered to forgive some or all public student loan debt in the US. An analysis of government data shows how each proposal would affect Americans depending on the size of their debt, their race or ethnicity or their income.
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