Californians Experience Power Outages Amid Flooding, Mudslides

Atmospheric river storms impact several parts of the state. Some regions of California have received nonstop rain for two days, causing flooding, mudslides, debris flows, and power outages.…

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DHS Hosts Student Winners of Safety Innovation Contest

The Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships hosts 27 students from university and high school teams. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently hosted the finalists of their…

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FBI Reports 1-in-10 Hate Crimes Occur at Schools

Intimidation is the most frequent, followed by simple and aggravated assaults. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently published its annual report on hate crimes, documenting that 1-in-10…

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Education Secretary Announces Grants for High School Career Programs

Funding will go to schools demonstrating promising work transition strategies. The Department of Education announced 19 new grant awards to foster career development programs between high schools and…

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Treasury Approves Funding for New York High-Speed Internet

$228 million in competitive grants made available to the state Municipal Infrastructure Program. The Department of the Treasury approved $228 million for high-speed internet construction in New York,…

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Education Department Resource Encourages Safe Gun Storage

Officials hope school advocacy will curb child deaths by firearm. The Department of Education’s Technical Assistance Center released a new resource for U.S. schools on Thursday, outlining ways…

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Administration Announces Investment in School Infrastructure

The education department announces funding for two programs. The president’s administration announced an investment of more than $47 million through the U.S. Department of Education (Department) in two…

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Education Department Expands University Discrimination Investigation

The department began the probe in November regarding student protection and free speech. The U.S. Department of Education is investigating the rise of harassment and discrimination on college…

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Education Department Investigates Anti-Semitism and Anti-Muslim Harassment 

Secretary Cardona announces K-12 schools and colleges have reported incidents.  The Education Department announced a list of colleges and grade schools that are being investigated after complaints were…

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FCC Funds Emergency Connectivity Program

The program seeks to provide homework assistance under the “Learn Without Limits” initiative. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced a funding commitment of almost $5.2 million through the…

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