There is progress in the fight to save Title II-A funding, but there is more work to do. In May, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee marked up a bill that included increased funding for Title II-A by $500 million, but negotiations with the Senate and White House continue.
Members of Congress need to hear from you that Title II-A is critical to your schools and districts. You can help by collecting and compiling data about programs you have invested in with Title II-A funding, then share the evidence of impact on educators and students. Visit learningforward.org/advocacy to learn how you can get involved.