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New Congress brings new uncertainty

By Jon Bernstein | January 11, 2023

Before concluding the 117th Congress, federal lawmakers passed a $1.7 trillion fiscal year 2023 omnibus spending bill, which included significant increases for all major K-12 education programs. Learning Forward is […]

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Top 15 blogs reflect high-quality professional learning priorities

By Gail Paul | December 22, 2022

At Learning Forward, our blog posts tend to feel more like lively conversations with our colleagues, partners, and clients. The blog is a space where Learning Forward staff members and […]

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FY23 Omnibus summary: $20 million Title II-A funding increase misses mark

By Jon Bernstein | December 21, 2022

On Tuesday, Dec. 20, lawmakers released their highly anticipated $1.7 trillion government funding package for fiscal year 2023. Both chambers must act fast to pass the omnibus to avert a […]

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Congress passes continuing resolution – no appropriations decisions yet

By 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, […]

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

By 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 […]

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Join us Sept. 14 for Virtual Advocacy Day supporting TitleIIA

By 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 […]

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