The Loudoun County School Board stepped away from a controversial redistricting plan that would have concentrated many of the district’s Latino and low-income students at two schools. The Board instead opted to keep distributing the students among all of its elementary schools. (WAMU)
As the employment rate has improved, federal food assistance benefits will now last only three months for over 500,000 low-income individuals. During the recession, many states offered waivers to extend benefit eligibility. (CityLab)
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