Department of Education

Politics
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is one of the Trump administration's most reviled Cabinet members. Here’s why she’s here to stay.
Education
The Education Department improperly tried collecting on loans to former students defrauded by the defunct for-profit chain Corinthian Colleges.
Politics
The federal student loan system is "fundamentally broken," A. Wayne Johnson said.
Politics
A government watchdog report identifies a number of bureaucratic problems.
Videos
Comedian Hasan Minhaj demanded action on the student debt crisis from the House Financial Services Committee.
Crime
A Black employee's African statues were reportedly beheaded, but investigators believe it was a freak occurrence.
Politics
Federal investigators found fewer than 100 emails on government matters sent to and from the education secretary's personal accounts.
Politics
The education secretary reflected on life in the spotlight and said the media used her "as clickbait."
Politics
Advocates say a proposed end to federal funding for the Special Olympics was merely a small part of an anti-disability budget.
Politics
Democrats see “abortion as the cure for Down syndrome,” Matt Wolking tweeted as the Trump administration moved to stop federal funding of the program.
Politics
The proposed cuts have almost no chance of passing Congress.
Videos
Alyssa Milano read a new Dr. Seuss-style story about Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Politics
The Education Department just proposed guidelines to the civil rights law that would drastically change the way schools handle sexual misconduct.
Politics
The lawsuit says that the education secretary's decision to scrap Obama-era rules governing sexual assault on campus was based on bias and stereotypes.
Videos
Betsy DeVos’ new college sexual assault guidelines hurt victims more than they help them.
Entertainment
Apparently, the 163-foot ship is one of many belonging to the DeVos family.
Politics
Former Obama-era officials say the two agencies have completely different missions and should stay separate.
Politics
An employee told DeVos that discrimination can mean life or death.
Politics
Betsy DeVos is considering rescinding guidance intended to protect students from this type of discrimination.
Politics
The education secretary said it's a local decision, but she didn't argue against it.