NAPE Blog

Title IX is 49 Today

Today, June 23, 2021, marks the 49th anniversary of the passage of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX prohibits sex discrimination

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Leadership Update

Ben Williams, Ph.D., the Chief Executive Officer for the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE) Education Foundation, submitted his resignation dated May 4, 2021.

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The Country Wants Us to Act

Courtesy of NBC News Senator Patty Murray wants Congress to pass the most expansive federal family support program in history, which she says could be

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Letter from Secretary Cardona

To our Nation’s Educators and Education Stakeholders:   Thank you for giving your all for students during this unprecedented year.   As the Commissioner of Education in

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Membership Blog Introduction

Membership Blog Introduction Hi, I’m Gregory Jackson, Associated Director for Membership and Partnership, and welcome to the NAPE Membership Blog.   A group of NAPE members

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Congresses Passes Stimulus Package

Courtesy of Politico Congress approved a $900 billion coronavirus relief package late Monday night after months of inaction and partisan bickering, sending desperately needed aid

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. . and they cared

Today, The Education Trust (Ed Trust) and the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) are proud to release a new guide titled “. . . and

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NWLC Files Title IX Lawsuit

The National Women’s Law Center filed a lawsuit on June 9 challenging DeVos’s Title IX rule on behalf of four survivor advocate organizations: Victim Rights

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Equity in the CLNA

Social distancing has afforded me more time at home and the opportunity to reflect on the past year which has been full of transformation and

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