Biden’s budget provides the Department of Education a nearly $10.8 billion increase

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“The Department Office for Civil Rights will receive a 27% increase or a $178 million increase to ensure that the Department of Education has the capacity to protect equal access to education through the enforcement of civil rights laws. In addition, $368 million was to expand the Full-Service Community Schools (FSCS) program in an effort to identify and integrate the wide range of community-based resources needed to support students and their families, more than doubling its previous $218 funding allocation.”

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