Robin Lake testified before the Committee on Education and Labor at a hearing about H.R. 4330, the All Students Achieving through Reform Act of 2009.
–Congressman George Miller, CA, Senior Democrat of the House Education and Workforce Committee
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Feb 5 2010
Seattle, WA - School districts can take steps to level out salary inequities caused by maldistributions of teachers, according to researchers at the University of Washington.
Jan 29 2010
Seattle, WA - An early snapshot analysis of 23 state budgets using federal education stimulus dollars indicates that short-term benefits could result in less spending on schools over the long term in some states.
Jan 27 2010
Seattle, WA - Thanks to President Barack Obama and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, charter schools are being promoted as an important tool for improving U.S. public schools.
Oct 5 2009
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Jul 30 2009
Seattle, WA - School districts faced with large budget gaps could avoid some or all teacher layoffs by rolling back salaries.
Jul 20 2009
Seattle, WA - In this recessionary climate of depressed revenues and budget cuts for education, school districts across the U.S. would be foolhardy not to rethink paying teachers for master's degrees, according to a new report out today.
May 19 2009
Seattle, WA - Federal stimulus dollars targeting education will impact states differently, depending on each state's fiscal condition, according to a new state-by-state analysis from the Center on Reinventing Public Education.
Feb 10 2009
Seattle, WA - America's severe economic crisis means less money for education and reductions in teaching and staff jobs, according to projections by Dr. Marguerite Roza of the University of Washington.
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