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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 

Fairfax approves final $2.6 billion schools budget

The Fairfax County School Board passed a final $2.6 billion budget Thursday night that includes pay raises for teachers, funding for full-day Mondays for elementary schools and later high school start times.Read full article >>

The Guardian (U.K.) 

Oxford University students vote to keep 'archaic' subfusc academic dress

Critics had argued that compulsory wearing of mortarboards, gowns and traditional outfits was elitist and off-puttingExams are stressful, even without having to balance a mortarboard on your head. Yet Oxford University students, in what may be a testament to their obviously formidable academic ability, have voted overwhelmingly to keep them to hand while doing finals. Related: Oxford Un

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