CLOSING NOW – ROUND 2: Support A Fair Process For Colleges in Puerto Rico

Betsy DeVos has struck Puerto Rico again. Despite
massive public outcry in opposition, the Department of Education is ignoring Congressional and stakeholder input, and is moving forward with an incredibly unfair process for colleges and universities to apply for and access disaster aid funding. On April
5, I, along with 46 of my colleagues in both chambers, sent the Secretary a
letter expressing our concerns and providing suggestions for how the Department could modify its process so that it is more responsive to Puerto Rico’s uniquely desperate situation.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED COB TODAY – ROUND 2: Support A Fair Process For Colleges in Puerto Rico

Betsy DeVos has struck Puerto Rico again. Despite
massive public outcry in opposition, the Department of Education is ignoring Congressional and stakeholder input, and is moving forward with an incredibly unfair process for colleges and universities to apply for and access disaster aid funding. On April
5, I, along with 46 of my colleagues in both chambers, sent the Secretary a
letter expressing our concerns and providing suggestions for how the Department could modify its process so that it is more responsive to Puerto Rico’s uniquely desperate situation.

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TONIGHT: Screening of Rosenwald at the Library of Congress

We write to encourage you to join us at an exciting event this month on Capitol Hill.  In honor of Jewish American Heritage Month, the Ciesla Foundation is partnering with the Library of Congress to hold a film screening of
Rosenwald.  The screening will take place on Monday, May 21, 2018, in the Mumford Room of the James Madison Building at 7:00 pm (immediately following votes). 
Rosenwald was screened at the White House during Jewish American Heritage Month 2016, but this event will mark its Capitol Hill debut.

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CLOSING TOMORROW – ROUND 2: Support A Fair Process For Colleges in Puerto Rico

Betsy DeVos has struck Puerto Rico again. Despite
massive public outcry in opposition, the Department of Education is ignoring Congressional and stakeholder input, and is moving forward with an incredibly unfair process for colleges and universities to apply for and access disaster aid funding. On April
5, I, along with 46 of my colleagues in both chambers, sent the Secretary a
letter expressing our concerns and providing suggestions for how the Department could modify its process so that it is more responsive to Puerto Rico’s uniquely desperate situation.

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CLOSING TODAY – ROUND 2: Support A Fair Process For Colleges in Puerto Rico

Betsy DeVos has struck Puerto Rico again. Despite
massive public outcry in opposition, the Department of Education is ignoring Congressional and stakeholder input, and is moving forward with an incredibly unfair process for colleges and universities to apply for and access disaster aid funding. On April
5, I, along with 46 of my colleagues in both chambers, sent the Secretary a
letter expressing our concerns and providing suggestions for how the Department could modify its process so that it is more responsive to Puerto Rico’s uniquely desperate situation.

Read More

CLOSING TODAY – ROUND 2: Support A Fair Process For Colleges in Puerto Rico

Betsy DeVos has struck Puerto Rico again. Despite
massive public outcry in opposition, the Department of Education is ignoring Congressional and stakeholder input, and is moving forward with an incredibly unfair process for colleges and universities to apply for and access disaster aid funding. On April
5, I, along with 46 of my colleagues in both chambers, sent the Secretary a
letter expressing our concerns and providing suggestions for how the Department could modify its process so that it is more responsive to Puerto Rico’s uniquely desperate situation.

Read More