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  • Rep. Carter: Don’t Leave Working Americans in the Dark on Retirement Savings
    Aug 18, 2015  - The Department of Labor is pushing a regulatory proposal that will make it harder for working families to save for retirement. In an op-ed featured in The Hill, Education and the Workforce Committee member Rep. Earl L. “Buddy” Carter (R-GA) draws from his experience as a community pharmacist to exp... More
  • Rep. Bishop: Student Success Act Builds a Better Path Forward for Students
    Jul 15, 2015  - The nation’s one-size-fits-all mandates dictating K-12 education have been letting students down for years. Federal involvement in classrooms is at an all-time high. Yet far too many schools are ill-equipped to make the grade. The Obama Administration has only made a broken system worse by imposing ... More
  • ICYMI: Hearing Reveals Consequences of NLRB Attack on Right to Work
    Jun 5, 2015  - It’s no secret that the Obama National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is determined to advance a culture of union favoritism – regardless of the cost to hardworking Americans. House Education and the Workforce Committee Chairman John Kline (R-MN) noted earlier this week: The president’s appointees at ... More
  • ICYMI: Rep. Joe Wilson: #StudentSuccessAct Gives Students "Fresh Start"
    Apr 16, 2015  - Washington’s outsized role in education has imposed a series of one-size-fits-all policies that assume federal bureaucrats know better than parents, teachers, and local leaders. As Education and the Workforce Committee member Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) writes in a recent op-ed, “the quality of our chil... More
  • ICYMI: Press Reports Highlight Legislative Action to Block Ambush Election Rule
    Mar 20, 2015  - Congress recently took action to block the administration’s radical ambush election rule, which undercuts employees’ ability to make informed decisions in union elections while jeopardizing the privacy of workers and their families. Press reports highlight the ambush rule’s unprecedented changes and... More
  • ICYMI: Conservative Support for the Student Success Act Continues to Mount
    Mar 12, 2015  - Stagnant student achievement. An ever-expanding federal footprint. Disappointing graduation rates. These are just a few of the problems plaguing America’s K-12 classrooms. As Congress works to replace No Child Left Behind, education stakeholders and conservative leaders reaffirm it is time to move ... More
  • An Off-Ramp From ObamaCare
    Mar 3, 2015  - On Wednesday the Supreme Court will take on yet another legal challenge to the president’s health-care law, when the justices hear oral arguments in King v. Burwell. If the court rules against the administration, as any fair reading of the law would demand, millions of individuals and families will ... More
  • No, Congress Isn't About to Mandate Common Core
    Feb 27, 2015  - Republican efforts to replace No Child Left Behind (NCLB) were dealt an unexpected setback Friday, when a long-anticipated vote on HR5, dubbed the Student Success Act, was delayed unexpectedly after initial expectations of passing easily. Surprisingly, one contributing factor to the bill’s delay ap... More
  • Here’s the Right Way for Conservatives to Start Fixing No Child Left Behind
    Feb 26, 2015  - On Friday, the U.S. House will vote on the Student Success Act (H.R. 5). The bill would revamp the Bush-era No Child Left Behind Act (formally known as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act). It’s a promising bill and one that deserves the enthusiastic support of conservatives. The Student Suc... More
  • Reduce the Federal Footprint in America's Classrooms
    Feb 26, 2015  - The current K-12 education system is failing our students, and state and local attempts to make it better have been hampered by an enormous federal footprint. Parents and education leaders have lost much of their decision-making authority to Washington bureaucrats, and the Secretary of Education ha... More