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December 21, 2010

Congress Approves Bill Flat Funding K-12 Until March 4

A new, more conservative Congress will get to set 2011 spending levels for K-12 programs.

December 20, 2010

Federal Budget Update: K-12 Funding to Stay Flat—For Now

Federal education programs will be frozen until March 4 under a budget deal up for a vote this week, and next year a new, more conservative Congress will set spending levels for K-12.

December 17, 2010

Senate Pulls Spending Bill With Money for Early Ed, i3

Senate leaders' decision to stop action on a big giant spending bill could spell flat funding for most federal programs, including Title I and special education, until a new Congress is in place.

December 16, 2010

Changes for TIF, School Improvement Grants in Spending Bill

The Teacher Incentive Fund and the School Improvement Grant program would see some tweaks under the giant spending bill under consideration in the Senate.

December 14, 2010

Senate Proposes Money for Race to Top, i3, Early-Learning Fund

The Senate's version of a spending bill for fiscal year 2011 includes some surprising increases for education and goes beyond what the House of Representatives is considering.

December 08, 2010

House Dems Include Money for Race to the Top 2.0 in Giant Spending Bill

Leaders in the Democratic-for-now House of Representatives have included $550 million to extend the Race to the Top program in a big, giant spending bill that finances most government programs at last year's levels until Sept. 30.

December 07, 2010

White House Pushes for Race to Top 2.0 in Budget Talks

As lawmakers struggle to complete some sort of spending plan, the administration is pushing lawmakers for another year of Race to the Top.

September 29, 2010

Good News and Bad News for Race to the Top Fans

Supporters of the Race to the Top program have reasons to both cheer and jeer at Congress this week.

July 15, 2010

House Panel Votes for Another Year of Race to the Top

The Obama administration's centerpiece education reform program would get $800 million in fiscal 2011 under a bill approved by a House appropriations subcommittee.

July 28, 2009

Senate Panel Goes Its Own Way on Title I, TIF, and Facilities

After the stimulus windfall, Congress is looking at modest overall increases for education spending.

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