On September 10, the Senate failed to move forward with debate on S.178, the “Delivering Immediate Relief to America’s Families, Schools and Small Businesses Act,” which is the latest targeted or “skinny” coronavirus relief bill drafted by Senate Republicans.
On September 10, the House Education and Labor Civil Rights and Human Services Subcommittee held a hearing titled, “On the Basis of Sex: Examining the Administration’s Attacks on Gender-Based Protections.” The hearing focused on implementation of federal law and regulations related to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
On September 4, a third federal judge ruled that the U.S. Department of Education (USED) interim final rule related to equitable services provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was illegal and that USED Secretary Betsy DeVos lacked the authority to add conditions to the funding appropriated by Congress.
Coronavirus (as related to education issues):
Note that all information related to the coronavirus (or COVID-19) is up to date as of September 11. Given the fast-moving nature of congressional and […]