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After Trump administration rescinds transgender student directive, states drop lawsuit challenging it
The lawsuit challenged the Obama administration after it directed the nation's public schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity.
School administrators said they will not “tolerate acts of bigotry and hate.”
The mother of a student with a disability discovered the problem and has been working with state legislators on a remedy that would affect thousands of children.
Notre Dame announces Pence will speak at graduation, sidestepping debate over a possible invite to Trump
Thousands of students and faculty had signed a petition to not invite the president.
It is one of the most popular perks taking hold in corporate America, and soon employers everywhere could be incentivized to help their workers pay down student loans.
Local school boards have slowed adoption of the charter concept in the state.
Gov. Sam Brownback faces a rebellion even among fellow Republicans over his tax-cutting philosophy, and the new ruling compounds the state’s fiscal woes.
A politician who has championed such a program for the state’s schools has also profited handsomely from it.
Over the last three years, iPads and Mac notebooks have steadily lost ground to Chromebooks, inexpensive laptops that run on Google’s Chrome operating system.