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Biden Education Department to Collect Massive School Civil Rights Data for ‘Equity’

The U.S. Education Department will collect massive amounts of school civil rights data for two consecutive years, rather than in alternate years, due to expressed concerns the Chinese coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected the Biden administration’s plan to make equity a central focus of public education.

“This data is enormously important for understanding where we are on advancing equity at a time when the nation’s educational landscape has been affected by COVID-19 [Chinese coronavirus],” acting Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Suzanne Goldberg said, according to a report Friday at Education Week, which referred to the consecutive year collection of the enormous amounts of data as “unprecedented.”

In June the Biden education department outlined how it will spend the “American Rescue Plan’s historic funding for schools” in order to advance “equity” as a central focus of education in the nation’s public schools.

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