USED: Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona Delivers Senate Oral Testimony on the Department of Education’s Budget Request (FY25)

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Read the full release from the U.S. Department of Education:

“This budget is about making responsible choices, together, to invest in that foundation for American opportunity – and raise the bar for our nation’s future.

It’s about sustaining academic recovery from the impacts of the pandemic through $82.4 billion in calculated investments to accelerate learning and success at a crucial time for our students to regain lost ground, while also adhering to the bipartisan Fiscal Responsibility Act.

It’s about investing in a stronger future for all Americans by boosting funding to close achievement gaps in low-income communities through Title I, support students with disabilities through IDEA, support multilingual learners through Title III, and recruit, retain, and develop great teachers.

It’s about investing in safer schools and the mental health of our students by making more funding available for more school counselors and mental health professionals, and more Full-Service Community Schools.”

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