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Education Department Nears Deal With Student Loan Giant Over Cheating Troops

4 Things You Should Know About The Senate's Overhaul Of No Child Left Behind

Debt Collectors Lose Lawsuits Against Education Department

Heald College Fined For Misleading Students About Job Prospects

Poor And Rich Schools Still Do Not Receive Equal Resources In Kentucky

State AGs Urge Federal Forgiveness Of Student Loans Tied To Dodgy For-Profit Chain

Obama Administration Exaggerates Enrollment In Key Student Loan Plan As Borrowers Suffer

New Federal Data Show Student Loan Borrowers Suffering More Than Previously Believed

American Legion Criticizes Education Department Over Student Loan Investigation

Education Department Shows Little Concern About Lawbreaking Debt Collectors

The Achievement Gap In High School Graduation Rates Appears To Be Narrowing

School Funding Inequality Makes Education 'Separate And Unequal,' Arne Duncan Says

CFPB Faults Education Department's Debt Collectors

'Corinthian 15' Student Debt Strike Picks Up Congressional Endorsement

Education Department Terminates Contracts With Debt Collectors Accused Of Wrongdoing

U.S. High School Graduation Rate Reaches High Of 81 Percent

State Of The Union Doesn't Mention No Child Left Behind Rewrite Efforts

Democrats and Republicans Agree: It's Time To Rewrite No Child Left Behind

The Obama Administration Officially Wants This Major Education Law Rewritten

Senate Democrats Demand Obama Administration Forgive Corinthian Students' Debts

This Is How The White House Wants To Improve Education For Incarcerated Students With Disabilities

This Is How The White House Hopes To Improve Education For Incarcerated Students With Disabilities

White House Wants To Make Sure Schools Do A Much Better Job Of Preparing Future Teachers

What The White House Is Doing To Make Sure Low-Income Students Get Good Teachers

Colleges Win, Student Borrowers Lose In Obama Administration Absolution

For-Profit College Chain Cheated Students, U.S. Alleges

Education Department Sends More Student Borrowers To Firm Just Penalized By DOJ