Congress is going to take up domestic spending priorities for 2020 this week. The $72.8 billion included for ed is a $1.3 billion increase over 2019. According to the press release, “Overall, the bill provides $40.1 billion for K-12 education programs, including the Individuals with Disabilities Act, an increase of $1.2 billion above the 2019 enacted level and $5.9 billion above the President’s budget request.” Here is the best place to get all the information from the text of the bill to a summary of spending items to explanatory statements.
In our ongoing roundup of reactions to the WestEd report in the Leandro case, here is what the WakeEd Partnership has to say.
Louder Than Words
This report, celebrating the organization's fifth anniversary, leads with the story of Anthony Graham. Learn more about the leaders who are taking action each day to improve the way our nation prepares future teachers.... Read the rest
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