Congress passes continuing resolution – no appropriations decisions yet

1By Jon Bernstein | October 12, 2022

Gearing up for a lengthy six-week recess, Congress wrapped up its legislative business for the month of September by passing a continuing resolution that extends government funding through December 16, […]

Advocate now for full $100M increase for Title II-A

1By Jon Bernstein | September 16, 2022

Congress is back in session after a month-long break over August, but they’re not going to be here long. While they are here, they have one significant job to do […]

Join us Sept. 14 for Virtual Advocacy Day supporting TitleIIA

1By Melinda George | August 29, 2022

Federal lawmakers need to hear from Learning Forward members and network partners to ensure that professional learning is a policy priority. They need to know that professional learning, and in […]

Senate Appropriations Committee releases fiscal year 2023 bills

1By Jon Bernstein | August 3, 2022

On July 28, the Senate Appropriations Committee released drafts of all 12 of its fiscal year 2023 appropriations bills, none of which have been or likely will be marked up […]

Three things happening on Capitol Hill

1By Jon Bernstein | May 11, 2022

Congress is back in session and is commencing a three-month run until the August recess during which it will attempt to make significant progress on federal education funding, a China […]

President’s budget jumpstarts FY23 education funding process

1By Jon Bernstein | April 12, 2022

On March 28, President Biden released his FY23 proposed federal budget, and the news was decidedly mixed for education, with Title II-A sustaining a net cut of $21 million. Muddying […]

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