The Trump administration is seeking to slash nearly $4 billion in annual funding for student aid programs, but the two-year budget deal signed into law last week complicates the proposal.
DeVos is once again seeking to eliminate programs in favor of funding school choice.
President Trump wants to cut all federal funding to a tuition aid initiative that helps D.C. residents attend college, putting the future of the popular D.C. Tuition Assistance Grant in jeopardy.
The Century Foundation filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education for the release of records on controversial higher education accrediting agencies that are up for review this spring.
Tucked into the two-year congressional budget deal are provisions that would greatly benefit two colleges in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) home state of Kentucky.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Wednesday offered the state's historically black colleges and universities up to $100 million to resolve a 12-year-old lawsuit over inequality in public higher education.
College students would lose $15 billion in federal student aid over the next decade if House Republicans are successful in turning their higher education bill into law.
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New research shows 3.1 million Americans live more than 25 miles from an open-access public college and lack a suitable Internet connection needed for online education.
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