Shutdown looms: House pushes elimination of Title II-A

By Jon Bernstein | November 8, 2023

Both the House and Senate are continuing their fitful efforts to complete action on their versions of the 12 fiscal year 2024 Appropriations bills. The Labor, Health and Human Services, […]

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Congress should learn a lot from principals about Title II-A

By Melinda George | October 25, 2023

October is National Principals Month, and Learning Forward is thrilled to recognize how important principals are for students and communities. Research tells us that effective principals have a sizable impact […]


As Congress gets back to work, Title II-A faces hurdles

By Jon Bernstein | September 13, 2023

Congress returned from its August recess and faces a mountain of work. Its first task will be to pass a continuing resolution, a temporary spending measure that will keep the […]

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Title II-A retained in Senate Appropriations Committee’s bill

By Jon Bernstein | July 28, 2023

On July 27, the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee held a full-committee markup to consider several bills, including the fiscal year 2024 Labor-Health and Human Services-Education (LHHS-ED) funding bill. Bypassing a […]

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Brown: Education funding cuts could halt student academic recovery

By Learning Forward | July 13, 2023

Frederick Brown, president and CEO of Learning Forward, issued a statement regarding the devastating effects from proposed fiscal year 2024 budget bill to the Title II-A program, Every Student Succeeds […]

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Watch our Capitol Hill briefing

By Learning Forward | July 6, 2023

Learning Forward’s policy briefing in June 2023 was a special convening of education leaders representing superintendents, principals, teachers, and the U.S. Department of Education. Moderated by Learning Forward CEO Frederick […]

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