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The Impacts of Sequestration (posted 2/15/13)
Click below for Letters from Agency Heads regarding the impacts of Sequestration on their agencies.
U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations
Committee on Appropriations - Room S 128, The Capitol, Washington, DC 20510
Telephone 202-224-7363

Webcasts:
The Impacts of Sequestration
Files:
Agriculture Letter
Commerce Letter
Controller Werfel's Testimony, Office of Management and Budget
Defense Letter
Deputy Secretary Carter's Testimony
Department of Defense
DOJ Letter
Education Letter
Energy Letter
EPA Letter
FBI Letter
HHS Letter
Homeland Security Letter
HUD Letter
Interior Letter
Labor Letter
NASA Letter
NSF Letter
SBA Letter
Secretary Donovan's Testimony
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Duncan's Testimony, Department of Education
Secretary Napolitano's Testimony, Department of Homeland Security
Social Security Letter
State Letter
Transportation Letter
Treasury Letter



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112th Congress Score Card- analysis
January 3, 2011 to January 3, 2013
The standard measure of productivity of any congressional session is the number of public bills passed into law. In exploring the work of this congress, NABSE's interest is the number and impact of public education bills passed into law.
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ALL CHILDREN ARE EQUAL ACT (ACE)

THE AMERICAN JOBS ACT(AJA)AND EDUCATION IMPLICATIONS

THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT

APPROPRIATIONS AND BUDGET

CHARTER SCHOOLS

EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT (ESSA)

COMMON CORE STANDARDS

CONGRESSIONAL BILLS

REAUTHORIZATION OF THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT OF 1965

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