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Federal Support for Students with Disabilities

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1975 is one of the most powerful pieces of legislation ever enacted by Congress in the area of education. It is a success story of federal aid to education. Jack Jennings, Author, Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools (Harvard Education Press, March 2015), describes its key provisions and why, in contrast, to other equity programs, it has enjoyed sustained bipartisan support.

Categories: Action Academy: Federal Education Policy

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Federal Flash: May 21

A Little Known Fact About Federal Education Funding

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Federal Flash: Why Congress May Need a Christmas Miracle to Finish Its To-Do List for 2017

Before you check out for Thanksgiving, you should feast on this week’s Federal Flash, which includes updates on President Trump’s nominees to serve at the U.S. Department of Education, compares the House and Senate tax proposals, and reviews the long list of items that Congress needs to finish between now and the end of the year.

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Broadening Support for Federal Aid

A specific challenge in developing federal policy is to find or build general support while concentrating on major problems that chiefly affect limited and often relatively powerless segments of the population. Jack Jennings, Author, Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools (Harvard Education Press, March 2015), reflects on the lessons learned about developing effective policies that can have widespread and profound effects.

Categories: Action Academy: Federal Education Policy

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The Federal Role Changes

Learn about the Elementary and Secondary Education (ESEA) Act of 1965—the most significant federal legislation in the history of education. Jack Jennings, Author, Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools (Harvard Education Press, March 2015) talks about how ESEA was framed and how it has evolved to address the problems of fragmentation in a system of 14,000 independent school districts operating in fifty states.

Categories: Action Academy: Federal Education Policy
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