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Biden's campaign made 2 promises on canceling student debt. He hasn't done either.

President Joe Biden. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images Biden made campaign promises to cancel $10,000 in student debt per person and forgive debt for students from HBCUs and public colleges. As president, he has not yet followed through on either promise. The DOE has already canceled debt for defrauded borrowers and borrowers with disabilities. See more stories on Insider's business page. So far, President Joe Biden's Department of Education has acted to address the $1.7 trillion st...
Tags: Education, Washington, Senate, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Warren, Department Of Justice, Biden, DOE, Vermont, Justice Department, Department Of Education, Sanders, Sen Bernie Sanders

Biden's DOE expands pause on student-debt collection to 1.14 million borrowers with private loans

Barry Winiker/Getty Images The DOE is pausing collections on student loans for all borrowers under the Federal Family Education Loan Program. Biden had extended the pause on federal student loan payments through September, but that didn't apply to privately held loans. This will apply to 1.14 million borrowers who have defaulted on privately held FFEL loans. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Education secretary for the Biden administration, Miguel Cardona, has take...
Tags: Education, Senate, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Joe Biden, Biden, DOE, Chuck Schumer, FFEL, Cardona, Treasury Offset Program, FFEL Program, Federal Family Education Loan FFEL, Miguel Cardona, Barry Winiker Getty, Ayelet Sheffey

Woman sues LAUSD, claiming 2 Cleveland High teachers groomed, manipulated and sexually abused her

LOS ANGELES — A 37-year-old woman is suing the Los Angeles Unified School District, alleging she was sexually abused more than 20 years ago while attending a San Fernando Valley high school by two teachers who were having an affair and brought her into their intimate experiences. The plaintiff is identified only as Jane Doe in the Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit filed Wednesday, alleging sexual abuse of a minor, sexual harassment, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence. S...
Tags: Lawsuit, News, Education, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Sexual Harassment, DOE, Los Angeles Superior Court, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles Unified School District, Jane Doe, Reseda, Beutner

Donald Trump Is Promising ‘Big Action’ on School Prayer to Rally Evangelical Voters

President Donald Trump is promising “big action” to promote school prayer, tapping into the long-controversial issue of religion in public schools as he seeks to rally the evangelicals who were key to his 2016 election. “We will not allow faithful Americans to be bullied by the hard left,” Trump said at a rally with evangelical supporters at a Florida megachurch on Jan. 3. “Very soon, I’ll be taking action to safeguard students’ and teachers’ First Amendment rights to pray in our sc...
Tags: Florida, News, Supreme Court, Education, White House, Court, Uncategorized, Tennessee, Aclu, Miami, Christian, Louisiana, Donald Trump, DOE, Pew Research Center, Justice Department

October 2019 Media Recommendations

I don’t have very many media recommendations because I finished up a bunch of books for review that I have previously mentioned. I was also working on hobby reading before my Kindle Unlimited subscription expired. Sadly, I started a handful of podcasts that just didn’t do it for me. Read Although it’s not entirely related to sex, Emily Nagoski’s newest book, Burnout, expands on upon ideas that Nagoski first introduced in her book about female desire, Come As You Are. I recommend that book more t...
Tags: Podcasts, College, Stress, Adhd, Burnout, DOE, People Of Color, Tristan, Nicoletta, STIs, Rob Inglis, Emily Nagoski, Nagoski, Sex Therapy, Media Recommendations, Ari Tuckman

March 2019 Media Recommendations

Just when I thought things were finally returning to normal, they.. have not. This month threw me for a loop with my main client taking some time off and some unexpected chest pains. My kitty also has lost more weight than I anticipated since his health issues, and our most recent vet visit was frustrating. The good news? The pain is just a muscle strain… probably from masturbating. I’ve been able to pick up enough work to cover me, too; although, the different payment schedules has thrown me fo...
Tags: Podcasts, College, America, Sex Work, DOE, Sarah Brown, Media Recommendations, Lora DiCarlo, Lora Haddock, Sarah Barmak, Christina Parreira, Shira Myrow, Parreira

Betsy DeVos Defends Slashing Funds for the Special Olympics

DeVos said the DOE "had to make some heavy decisions"
Tags: News, Education, Uncategorized, DOE, DeVos, Overnight, Betsy DeVos, Onetime

The Rules of Citations in Geography Essays: M.L.A. Style

Learn the accepted M.L.A. way for acknowledging sources in written essays and reports: Special reference to geography-type essays. This guide reflects the geographic way of doing things. It includes information on plagiarism, the proper format for acknowledging secondary sources used in the writing of papers, and questions for review. The guide focuses on print material but as the University of Chicago’s Turabian Citation Guide points out, “online sources that are analogous to print sources (su...
Tags: New York, Education, China, Boston, India, Chicago, Beauty, University Of Chicago, Francis, Globe, DOE, Japan Airlines, Toronto Star, Fagan, McCann, MLA

LinkedIn Overhauls Desktop Site

“Conversations and content” were the key elements of LinkedIn’s overhaul of its desktop experience. Director of engineering Chris Pruett introduced the redesign in a blog post, saying that it will roll out to all users worldwide “in the coming weeks.” Pruett stressed that navigation on LinkedIn’s desktop site has been simplified into seven core areas—Home (Your Feed), Messaging, Jobs, Notifications, Me, My Network and Search—and access to other features, such as LinkedIn Learning, is available v...
Tags: Home, School, Jobs, Education, Messaging, Seo, Linkedin, Insights, Analytics, Search, Companies, Harvard University, Measurement, Schools, And, Algorithms

For-profit No More: ACICS Stripped of Authority By DOE

The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), which is responsible for providing accreditation to for-profit colleges, has officially been stripped of its authority by the Department of Education (DOE). The news regarding the DOE’s decision was made public on Thursday, September 22, 2016. The Department of Education previously released a report in JuneThe post For-profit No More: ACICS Stripped of Authority By DOE appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Business, College, College Debt, DOE, News & Politics, Department Of Education, For-profit Colleges, Appeals, Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges

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