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Topic - Education And Manpower Bureau
A new court ruling says the state Education Department can't make Arizona charter schools pay back nearly $6 million over payments that they received due a mistake by the department.
The state Public Education Department is allowing some high school students to count activities such as marching band, athletics and Junior ROTC for their physical education requirement.
Wyoming state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill won a key court decision, but she still faces a legislative investigation into whether she committed any impeachable offenses.
The Education Department, charged with helping students compete in the 21st century, isn't using basic online tools to fight rapidly rising student loan fraud that is now costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Department of Education has dispatched "mystery shoppers" posing as prospective students to various colleges and universities across the country — an anti-fraud initiative that came months after another agency dumped a similar plan amid criticism that it amounted to spying.
More than four years after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the horrors of that day on the Virginia Tech campus are about to be relived in court.