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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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January 4, 2022

Advocacy | Digital Divide, Federal Communications Commission

Comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s New Affordable Connectivity Program

All4Ed’s joint comments to the U.S. Department of Education’s proposal for monitoring state and district compliance with Maintenance of Equity in the American Rescue Plan.
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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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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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Event, Webinar | Digital Divide, Digital Learning, Federal Communications Commission, Future Ready Schools

Close the Homework Gap!
New Technology Funding Available For Schools and Libraries!

July 22, 2021

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July 20, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Digital Divide, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Education Budget, Funding Equity, US Department of Education

Money, Money, Money—Congressional Democrats’ Big Plans for Education Spending

The House education spending bill significantly increases K–12 funding as Congressional Democrats also announced a $3.5 trillion framework, to expand free public education by four years.
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June 30, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Digital Divide, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Education Budget, Higher Education, Other Priorities, US Department of Education

Happy Pride—Title IX Protects LGBTQ+ Students

The U.S. Department of Education’s new Title IX guidance protects transgender students. Plus, schools and libraries can apply for $7.2 billion in Emergency Connectivity Funding from the American Rescue Plan.
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May 10, 2021

Federal Flash | Congress, Coronavirus Response, Digital Divide, Digital Learning, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Education Budget, US Department of Education

New FCC Programs Offer Billions to Close the Digital Divide

Two big announcements from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). First, the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program opens May 12 to provide eligible, high-poverty households with …
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March 26, 2021

Federal Flash | Coronavirus Response, Digital Divide, Federal Communications Commission, US Department of Education

Grand Reopening! How the Federal Government Is Supporting Students’ Return to School

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) convened the National Safe School Reopening Summit to share strategies and guidance to help schools return to in-person …
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March 2, 2021

Federal Flash | Accountability and Support, Assessment, Congress, Coronavirus Response, Digital Divide, Every Student Succeeds Act, Federal Communications Commission, US Department of Education

Testing, Testing? New Federal Guidance on State Assessments

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) waives accountability requirements, but questions remain on whether state assessments will go forward as planned this year. Plus, …
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