Key education programs receive small boost, but not enough to restore 2013 sequester cuts.
Tag: Title I
Educators urge Congress to pass a spending measure that targets increases to programs such as Title I and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and to extend the educator tax deduction.
Rep. Paul Ryan can look to his own hometown to see how the budget he authored would devastate vulnerable students.
Students pay the price when Fortune 500 companies don’t pay their fair share in taxes.
The House and Senate Appropriations Committees released a $1 trillion spending bill for the 2014 fiscal year yesterday with some big wins for federal education funding.
No one feels the pain of education cuts more than parents and grandparents, as the kids and communities they love suffer the consequences.
MI educator Leeanne Brookfield: “It’s just a devastating thing. These people don’t understand how important these monies are for our students.”
Lawmakers jumped to address airport delays caused by spending cuts. But they have yet to acknowledge the damage that will be done by the $3 billion in cuts to federal education spending.
As deep, across-the-board cuts go into effect, rural schools will face unique challenges.
Think the fiscal cliff is scary? A bad budget deal could be even worse. Join us in asking Congress to do right by students.