Katie Reilly, TIME.com

Katie Reilly


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Past articles by Katie:

How the University of California Strike Could Reshape Higher Education

As a strike of 48,000 academic workers at the University of California stretches into a third week, schools across the country are watching. → Read More

The Courts Are Probably Going to Kill Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

Legal experts are warning that it looks increasingly likely President Biden's plan to cancel student loan debt will be killed by judges before anyone sees relief. → Read More

These Are the States That Voted to Protect Abortion Rights in the Midterms

Kentucky, Michigan, Vermont and California all voted to protect abortion rights, while the results of a ballot measure in Montana are still pending. → Read More

How L.A. Schools Improved Students' Test Scores

Of the 26 large urban districts where NAEP assessments, "the Nation's Report Card," were given, Los Angeles was the only one to make gains in eighth-grade reading. → Read More

What's Next in the Fight Over Student Loan Forgiveness

Legal experts are skeptical that current challenges will ultimately prevail in court—but it only takes one victory to throw a wrench in the student loan forgiveness program. → Read More

All Your Questions About Applying for Student Loan Forgiveness Answered

The Biden Administration’s application for debt cancellation has officially launched. Borrowers can apply for forgiveness anytime before Dec. 31, 2023. → Read More

You Can Apply for Student Loan Forgiveness Now. Here's What to Know

The application launch comes as the debt-forgiveness program faces several legal challenges and just a few weeks before the midterm elections that could undo Democrats' narrow majority in Congress. → Read More

The Parkland Death Penalty Trial Was the First of its Kind for a Mass Shooter. It Won't Be the Last

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. → Read More

'There's No Point in Going if I Have No Teachers.' How the Educator Shortage Is Affecting One New Jersey School District

Half of public schools reported entering the school year under-staffed, but high-poverty schools were more likely to have vacancies. In Paterson, N.J. teachers are leaving for better pay in nearby districts. → Read More

Conservative Lawyers Ask a Judge to Block Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness. Here's What to Know

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. → Read More

These States Could Tax Your Student Loan Forgiveness

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

You Can Get a Refund for Student Loans Payments Made During the Pandemic. Here’s How

If borrowers have still been making payments during that student loan pause, which began on March 13, 2020, they can request a refund for any payments during that time period. → Read More

How Schools Are Using Tutoring to Fix Pandemic Learning Loss

In Tennessee, which has invested heavily in tutoring, students are still below pre-pandemic proficiency levels in math, but 30% of now meet grade-level expectations compared to 25% in 2021. → Read More

Biden's Student Loan Plan Wipes Out Debt for 20 Million Americans—but Leaves Millions Behind

By White House estimates, President Biden's plan will leave two million borrowers with no student debt relief, and more than 25 million will be left with some debt. → Read More

Parkland Gunman 'Poisoned in the Womb': Defense Lawyers

“He was poisoned in the womb, and because of that, his brain was irretrievably broken through no fault of his own,” Nikolas Cruz's public defender, Melisa McNeill, said in her opening statement. → Read More

What the Death of a Rural Daycare Says About America’s Childcare Crisis

“You can get paid better to go stand at a cash register, and not have the level of responsibility and expectations and stress," says Deborah VanderGaast, the director of Tipton Adaptive Daycare, which closed Aug. 19. → Read More

Prosecutors Recount 'Cold, Calculated' Parkland Shooting as Gunman's Sentencing Trial Begins

Prosecutors recounted the deadly 2018 rampage at a Parkland, Fla., high school in harrowing detail, as the gunman’s sentencing trial began. → Read More

The Parkland Gunman's Sentencing Trial Will Decide If He Gets the Death Penalty

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. → Read More

New Corporate Policies on Abortion Travel Spark Worries About Employees' Privacy

More than 25 companies, including Disney, Meta and Dick's Sporting Goods, announced that they would cover employees who need to travel to receive abortion care. → Read More

Emotional Scenes Around the U.S. After Supreme Court Ends Roe v. Wade

Activists gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court and rallied around the country on Friday, following the court’s decision to end the constitutional right to an abortion. → Read More