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Advocacy day activates support for public school teachers

By Gail Paul | May 20, 2024

Washington, D.C. – *Update* The May 22 National Title II-A Day of Action successfully activated educators from around the U.S. to send messages en masse to their Congress members urging […]

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Learning Forward requesting 10% increase for Title II-A in FY25

By Jon Bernstein | May 6, 2024

After Congress finally completed work on fiscal year 2024 appropriations in late March, it immediately began work on fiscal year 2025 Appropriations by holding hearings on the President’s budget and […]

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U.S. Congress maintains level funding for Title II-A in FY24

By Learning Forward | March 23, 2024

Learning Forward is very pleased that the U.S. Congress, in recognition of the value of professional learning to student learning and educator retention, has agreed to maintain level funding for […]

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Congress releases final FY24 funding agreement; Title II-A spared the budget axe

By Jon Bernstein | March 21, 2024

Late last night, the Congressional Appropriations Committees unveiled their final agreement on fiscal year 2024 funding levels for the six appropriations bills that have not yet passed, including the Labor […]

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Putting students first as Covid relief funds wind down

By Gail Paul | March 13, 2024

Students across the U.S. continue to need help catching up on unfinished learning, even as the final round of federal pandemic aid money for schools sunsets this year. The funding […]

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Title II-A flat-funded in President’s FY25 budget

By Jon Bernstein | March 12, 2024

On Monday, President Biden released his fiscal year 2025 budget proposal. Constrained by a spending agreement that allows only a 1% overall increase in spending for fiscal year 2025, this […]

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