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Five reasons students should consider taking a gap year now

With many colleges and universities still deciding when to reopen their campuses after they were shuttered due to COVID-19, many high school seniors are...

Take the stage: Drama, school classes join baseball and softball in...

Iowa schools beginning June 1 will be able to offer classes and activities such as drama and science camps, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Thursday.  High-school...

Universities get aid they can’t share with DACA students

WASHINGTON — Colleges and universities across the country are getting emergency federal aid for COVID-19, but some of the most vulnerable students won’t be...

Iowa law excluding Planned Parenthood from sex ed funding is deemed...

An Iowa law that excluded Planned Parenthood of the Heartland from state sex education funding has been ruled unconstitutional by a district judge. In 2019,...

DeVos finalizes sexual assault rules that critics say ‘roll back the...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos finalized rules Wednesday that the administration says will improve due process in campus sexual assault cases, but...

Iowa schools will receive $64.4 million in federal aid for COVID-19...

Iowa received $71.6 million in federal aid to help K-12 and secondary schools respond to new budgetary pressures placed on them due to the...

After first week of online classes, many Iowa students stay offline

Some Iowa school districts are reporting that as few as half of their students participated in school work during the state’s first week of...

Reynolds: Iowa schools will not reopen this school year

The school bell has rung for the last time this spring.  Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said Friday she will require schools to remain closed...

Class of COVID-19: How Iowa high school seniors’ challenges will shape...

The Class of COVID-19 How Iowa high school seniors’ challenges will shape our future By: Linh Ta - April 15, 2020 Prom dresses are hanging in closets....

Pandemic highlights gaps in internet access

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are urging congressional leaders to prioritize emergency funding for high-speed internet access in upcoming coronavirus relief legislation. More than two dozen lawmakers...
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