In Focus

Pell Grant Overhaul Would Expand to DACA Students, Certificate Programs

Kaine's Jumpstart Our Businesses by Supporting Students Act (JOBS Act) bill would let students use Pell Grants for short-term certificate programs.

COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Initiative: #VaccinateByADA

Just in time for Mother's Day, the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) is launching a new public health initiative

Does Press Freedom Extend to Covering Police?

By Lucia Walinchus, Marisa Twigg and Jaelynn Grisso for Eye on Ohio, The Ohio Center for Investigative Journalism

A Call for Action as Grocery Stores Leave Hard-Hit Neighborhoods

Groups that fight hunger want local government to step in and make sure all Californians have access to fresh produce at neighborhood grocery stores

Need for Mental, Substance-Abuse Treatment Increased During COVID

Colorado's community health centers have seen a dramatic increase in patients in need of care.

New Awareness Week for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Advocates are stepping up awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW) and girls

Feds Extend Summer Food Assistance to Low-Income Children

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is throwing a lifeline to students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches, by extending the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program, known as PEBT

Coalition Calls for Citizens, Community Groups’ Input on New District Maps

Good-government groups said that delay means it is as important as ever to get the public engaged in the redistricting process.

Latest news

What Travelers Can Expect as Overdue Summer Plans Take Shape

The webinar is Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., sponsored by AARP, Portland International Airport and Travel Oregon.
- Advertisement -sslate

There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.

Laid-Off Workers Left to Make Do as Businesses Get Relief

Laid-off workers who had to fight through Florida's broken unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits.

Must read

What Travelers Can Expect as Overdue Summer Plans Take Shape

The webinar is Tuesday at 11:30 a.m., sponsored by AARP, Portland International Airport and Travel Oregon.

There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.
- Advertisement -Circuit City
- Advertisement -sslate

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you

How to Start a Home Bakery Business

It is not everyone’s cup of tea to start a home-based bakery. But if you are much determined to start a home-based bakery business

A Quick Review of Rinnai Hot Water Service

In this blog, we will be exploring some of the best products under the brand.

Secrets for a Stylish and Organised Home Office

Here are The Wooden Furniture Store's secrets to a stylish and organised home office.