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    Hearing on Federal Funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) were the focus of a House Education and Labor subcommittee hearing, specifically the amount of federal support for the institutions.…

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    Seeking a Truce in the Civics and History Wars

    Debates over teaching American history are not new. The latest solution is a government supported plan called “Educating for American Democracy.” Thomas B. Fordham Institute President…

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    What Universities Owe Democracy

    Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels offered his thoughts on the role of higher education in modern democracy. The SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University hosted this…

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    Mark Lieberman on COVID-19 Relief Funds Designated for Schools

    Education Week’s Mark Lieberman discussed how school systems are using COVID-19 relief funds.

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    Roundtable on Hunger on College Campuses

    The House Rules Committee held a virtual roundtable focused on hunger among college students. Many college students across the U.S. experience food insecurity, and the COVID-19 pandemic has…

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    Becky Pringle on COVID-19's Impact on Schools

    National Education Association President Becky Pringle talked about COVID-19's impact on schools and education.

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    Freedom of Expression on College Campuses

    Former Governors Christine Gregoire (D-WA) and Jim Douglas (R-VT) joined a panel of experts for a virtual Bipartisan Policy Center discussion examining freedom of expression on college…

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    Unschooled

    Education policy writer Kerry McDonald discusses why she favors a non-traditional form of schooling that helps children learn by enhancing their inherent curiosity.

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    "Civics 101" Podcast Hosts on Civics Education

    Hannah McCarthy and Nick Capodice, hosts and producers of New Hampshire Public Radio’s “Civics 101” podcast, discussed the creation of their show and the role of civics education. This program is part…

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    The Data Detective and Shape

    Columnist Tim Harford (The Data Detective) and University of Wisconsin-Madison mathematics Professor Jordan Ellenberg (Shape ) discussed how numbers shape the way we understand the world. This…

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    Cracks in the Tower

    Phillip Magness, senior research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, talked about universities in the United States and questioned whether they are living up to the…

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    Federal Student Aid Policies and Priorities

    Richard Cordray, the chief operating officer of the Federal Student Aid office, testified at a House Higher Education and Workforce Subcommittee hearing on the agency’s programs and…

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    White House Daily Briefing

    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki discussed President Biden’s agenda with reporters. At the beginning of the briefing, she highlighted the president’s decision to extend the moratorium on student…

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    The State Must Provide

    Atlantic Magazine staff writer Adam Harris offered his thoughts on inequality in America’s higher education system. Harvard Bookstore in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosted this virtual event.…

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    Scripting the Moves- Culture and Control in a "No-Excuses" Charter School

    Vanderbilt University Professor Joanne Golann questioned whether “no-excuses” charter schools are too focused on strict behavior compliance guidelines for students. This virtual program was…

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    Learning in Public

    Courtney Martin reflected on her decision to select public schooling over school choice for her daughter. Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, hosted this virtual event.

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    After Words with Josh Mitchell

    What caused student loan debt in the U.S. to rise to more than a trillion dollars? Wall Street Journal reporter Josh Mitchell spoke about this growing debt for parents and students with NPR…

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    Really Good Schools

    James Tooley, vice chancellor and president at the University of Buckingham in England, argued that many private schools in poor countries are setting an example that other countries can…

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    President Biden Gives Commencement Address at South Carolina State University

    President Biden gave the commencement address at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg. He was introduced by House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-SC), a 1961 graduate of the…

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    "History As It Happens" Podcast

    Martin Di Caro, host of the Washington Times podcast, “History as it Happens,” interviewed American Historical Association president James Grossman about the historical context for current…

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