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At All4Ed, we are committed to expanding equitable educational opportunities for students of color, students from low-income families, and other marginalized groups. Search our publications, podcasts, videos, webinars, and other tools to learn more about the policies and practices we promote to ensure all students graduate from high school prepared for college, work, and life. 

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EDUimages

A free library of photos celebrating students—and the educators who teach them—in seven schools across the United States.
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Federal Flash

Federal Flash is All4Ed’s video series on important developments in education in Washington, DC. Watch the most recent Federal Flash or search our library.
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October 18, 2021

Publication | Coronavirus Response

Equity Lessons Learned from Schools in the Time of COVID-19

As state leaders help districts respond to the COVID-19 crisis, All4Ed and 11 partners offer lessons learned to help them meet students’ academic, social, and emotional needs.
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December 22, 2021

Federal Flash | Accountability and Support, Congress, Every Student Succeeds Act, Higher Education, Other Priorities, US Department of Education

Build Back Bah Humbug: Manchin Puts Social Spending Bill on Ice

The Build Back Better Act may have received a fatal blow as a key senator says he cannot support the bill as it stands. …
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December 13, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Coronavirus Response, Federal Communications Commission, Other Priorities, US Department of Education

Congress Punts Budget Decisions to 2022

Congress passes a continuing resolution to prevent a government shutdown, extending the deadline to early 2022 to make budget decisions and freeing the calendar …
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November 24, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Coronavirus Response, US Department of Education

Build Back Better Clears Another Hurdle

The House of Representatives finally passed the $1.7 trillion Build Back Better Act – with key investments for families and students. But will the …
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November 9, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Digital Divide, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education, US Department of Education

New Name, Same Goals. New Framework, Same Challenges.

The President unveiled a new, scaled back framework for the Build Back Better Act that eliminates free community college, but maintains other new investments …
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October 22, 2021

Federal Flash | Assessment, Congress, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education, US Department of Education

Is Free Community College on the Chopping Block?

Congress remains at a standstill over budget reconciliation, with a looming December deadline to make key decisions to keep the government open and funded.
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October 6, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Coronavirus Response, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education, US Department of Education

Congress On Edge: Avoiding a Shutdown but a Fiscal Cliff Approaches

Congress narrowly avoided a government shutdown, both the administration and Congress have made addressing student loan rules and forgiveness a top priority, and schools across the country work to keep students and educators safe.
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September 15, 2021

Federal Flash | College and Career Pathways, Congress, Coronavirus Response, Data, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education, US Department of Education

Congress Considers Free Community College, What About Dual Enrollment?

House Committees began marking up their portions of the Build Back Better Act, including proposals to lower the costs of child care and higher education and close the homework gap.
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September 13, 2021

Advocacy, Publication | College and Career Pathways, Congress, Coronavirus Response, High Schools, Higher Education

Enhancing the Impact of the Build Back Better Act

If community college is made free without also making early college credits free, there may be a disincentive for students to participate in dual enrollment.
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September 9, 2021

Advocacy | Congress, Digital Divide, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Education Budget

Extend Emergency Connectivity Funding in Budget Reconciliation

Unless Congress extends the Emergency Connectivity Fund, students and educators will lose internet access when these funds expire in July 2022.
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