This blog post describes the history of ConnectED, President Obama’s initiative to incorporate Internet connectivity and educational technology into classrooms.
This blog post describes the outcomes from the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault and the efforts of the Office for Civil Rights to improve the coordination of ED’s enforcement efforts related to sexual violence.
First Lady Michelle Obama invited 50 Girl Scouts from Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Oklahoma, and Washington, DC, to participate in the first-ever White House Campout on the South Lawn.
Minority Mental Health Month provided an opportunity to raise awareness of how mental health and substance use issues affect ethnic minority groups.
This blog post answers some common questions about the Federal Student Aid's new FSA IDs.
This blog post outlines the options that borrowers can turn to if they are struggling to repay their student loans, as well as the benefits of each option.
Secretary of ED Arne Duncan released a set of rights that outline what families should be able to expect for their children's education.
This blog post describes the Supreme Court decision confirming that the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) tax credits are available to all eligible Americans.
ACF announced the creation of a new office, the Office of Trafficking in Persons (OTIP), which will coordinate all ACF programs related to foreign and domestic human trafficking.
This blog post by SAMHSA Administrator Pamela Hyde describes the importance of the Supreme Court’s historic ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, on LGBT marriage and overall well-being.
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