A new bill contains one sentence: “The Department of Education shall terminate on December 31, 2018.”
The Education Department is one agency that could see major changes under the incoming Trump administration.
A new directive from the Departments of Justice and Education tells schools that they must allow transgender students to use sex-segregated facilities of their chosen gender identity.
An employee at the Department of Education said she could not afford a legal filing fee of $250. She avoided the filing fee based on her representation of not having any substantial assets. The judge was unhappy when, according to the court, she underestimated her assets by more than $562,000. Case dismissed.
Can a federal employee avoid time limits by dodging receipt of a final agency decision or other significant documents?