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Complaints and Lawsuits Grind to a Halt as Shutdown Continues, Federal Court Funding About to Run Out

Labor & Employment Publications

Media reports abound on the impact of the shutdown—now the longest in U.S. history—on federal workers, recipients of certain services such as food stamps and tax refunds, and the political leaders facing blame for the situation. But one less obvious impact of the shutdown is that […]

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School Safety Commission Report and DOE Withdrawal of Discipline Guidance: What Does It Mean for Schools?

K-12 Education Publications

The 180-page report of the Federal Commission on School Safety is out and garnering significant media attention. The U.S. Department of Education also announced this afternoon that, based on the Commission’s recommendation, it is withdrawing the 2014 Dear Colleague Letter on Nondiscriminatory Administration of […]

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