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Working to Protect College Students from Unfair Banking Practices

The U.S. Department of Education (ED) is cracking down on school-bank partnerships that unfairly target college students receiving federal student aid. Last Friday, ED announced proposed regulations that would ensure students aren’t required to receive their federal student aid on prepaid or debit cards that charge fees for overdrawing the accounts. Other proposed changes would:

Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post 

The leaders failed: A former Sweet Briar board member speaks out

Maggie Saylor Patrick is a 2007 graduate of Sweet Briar College who serves as the Director of the Alumni Annual Fund at Carleton College. She was previously the Director of Development for Women’s Initiatives at Miami University, where she also earned a master’s degree in political science. A former board member at Sweet Briar, she says the school suffered from a failure of leadership so profound

The Guardian (U.K.) 

GCSE maths papers to be changed amid concerns over difficulty

Regulator finds ‘significant risk’ that some assessments would be too hard for students and orders changes months before teaching commencesExam boards have been told to change new GCSE maths papers just a few months before students are due to study them, amid concerns they are too tough.An investigation into the difficulty of the GCSE maths sample papers, led by Ofqual, found there was a “s

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