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Missed the Washington Update at AACTE’s Annual Meeting? We’re Back Online in March


As we await a spring thaw, things are heating up in Washington as Congress continues tackling a crowded agenda. With a March 23 deadline to pass an omnibus funding the government for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2018, advocacy abounds to fund educator preparation programs. In addition, the process for Fiscal Year 2019 kicked off with the president releasing his budget request to Congress on February 12, launching Congress into its appropriations process.

With Higher Education Act (HEA) reauthorization moving in the House and a bill rapidly approaching in the Senate, what might the final bill look like? Will it be bipartisan? Will the process continue or devolve as the election year unfolds? Aside from HEA, will you pay more for Internet access, or will the joint resolution to address the rules change move forward under the Congressional Review Act? Join AACTE’s Deborah Koolbeck to learn about these and other important topics by signing up for the March Federal Update webinar – an exclusive AACTE member benefit.

To accommodate schedules and time zones, the webinar is offered on two different dates and times. Select the option below that best accommodates your schedule and register today!

If neither time works for you, a recording of each month’s Federal Update webinar is made available on AACTE’s Resource Library (typically within a week of airing), so you’ll have an opportunity to review the content on demand and on your own schedule.

We look forward to having you join us and learning about all the latest developments!

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Zachary VanHouten

Manager of Programs and Advocacy, AACTE