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Katie Reilly

Katie Reilly

Reporter at TIME

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Katie Reilly

How Courts Could Kill Student Loan Forgiveness - TIME

Student debt forgiveness for 40 million Americans is on hold indefinitely after another legal setback.

How to cope with grief when it feels overwhelming -

When losses stack up, how are you supposed to manage?

Parkland Gunman Nikolas Cruz Avoids Death Penalty | Time - TIME

He will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a Florida jury failed to unanimously agree on the death penalty for killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

The Teacher Shortage Is Hitting the Poorest Students Harder - TIME

“Sometimes I just don’t feel like going because there’s no point in going if I have no teachers,” says 17-year-old Abriannie Lima in Paterson, N.J.

Will a Lawsuit Stop Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness? - TIME

A conservative law organization has launched the first legal challenge to President Biden’s student loan debt forgiveness plan, calling the policy “flagrantly illegal” because it wasn’t authorized by Congress.

These States Could Tax Your Student Loan Forgiveness - TIME

Six states could tax student loan forgiveness, up to $985.

Parkland Shooting Sentencing Trial to Rule on Death Penalty - TIME

A jury will decide whether the gunman who killed 17 people at a Parkland, Fla., high school will be sentenced to death or to life in prison.

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Demand Rises for School Resource Officers—Despite the 'Abject Failu...

The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety called the police response to the Uvalde shooting “an abject failure,” and the school police chief has been put on leave.

Ralph Saint-Louis: TIME Innovative Teachers 2022 - TIME

Biology teacher Ralph Saint-Louis is helping BIPOC students and educators feel seen.

Why Michelle Obama's Brother And His Wife Are Suing Their Kids' For...

Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s brother and sister-in-law are suing a Milwaukee private school, accusing the school of racial bias.

Why Schools Are Offering Money, and More, to Get Kids Vaccinated - ...

From New York to Los Angeles, schools are rewarding kids as young as 5 with $100 gift cards and other rewards if they get COVID-19 vaccines

By Ending Legacy Admissions, Amherst Aims to Remake Its Student Bod...

Evidence from other colleges suggests that Amherst College could see more low-income and first-generation students as it ends legacy admissions

As Some Governors Forbid Mask Mandates, Schools Are Pushing Back - ...

School districts in Texas and Florida are among those defying their Republican governors’ mask bans as COVID-19 surges

As Colleges Open During a Pandemic, Student Life Remains Closed - TIME

Students have returned to college campuses across the country amid the pandemic — and they face a semester unlike any other

Sex-Trafficking Victim Cyntoia Brown Released From Prison After Rec...

She pledged to “help other women and girls suffering abuse and exploitation”

A New North Dakota Law Threatened Native American Votes. They Respo...

“North Dakota, you can’t do that,” protesters chanted outside a polling site

'Don’t Let Anything Stop You.' Here's Everything Jimmy Fallon Told ...

“Thank you for your courage and your bravery”

The Oklahoma Teacher Strike Has Ended – Here's What They Got. And W...

Teachers are not all satisfied after a nine-day walkout

Emma González's Stunning Silence for Parkland: The Latest on March ...

“Fight for your lives”

Is Recess Important for Kids or a Waste of Time? Here’s What the Re...

Parents are fighting back as schools reduce recess to make more time for classes

Here's Why Russian Officials Tried to Help John F. Kennedy Become P...

According to one Soviet operative, attempts to contact Robert Kennedy during the 1960 election were rebuffed