EWWG Briefing: “Electronic Warfare & Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations”

As Co-Chairs of the bipartisan Electronic Warfare Working Group, we invite you and your staff to a briefing which will familiarize policymakers with the Pentagon EW Executive Committee. 
The presentation will include a discussion of current efforts of the EW Executive Committee to coordinate Department-wide EW strategy.  Please mark your calendars for:

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Members ONLY: Reception Welcoming the House Caucus for APEC – Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

As Co-Chairs of the APEC Caucus, we would like to call to your attention an invitation your office should have received regarding a reception hosted by the National Center for APEC celebrating the launch of the House APEC Caucus.
This launch will take place on October 3rd from 5-7 pm in room 2253. To RSVP for the event,  please contact Stephanie Henry  at
shenry@ncapec.org.

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Improve ASL Using Children’s Access to ESSA Title III English Learner Services

All children deserve the right to a high-quality public education, regardless of the primary language spoken at home. Thankfully the Every Student Succeed Act (ESSA) included a provision to increase resources for dual language learners. However,
of the more than 6,000 languages in the world, sign language is the only non-English language whose native users are not considered to meet the U.S. Department of Education’s English Language Learner (ELL) designation. Currently, eligibility for Title III
funds is tied to ethnicity and/or national origin.

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Improve ASL Using Children’s Access to ESSA Title III English Learner Services

All children deserve the right to a high-quality public education, regardless of the primary language spoken at home. Thankfully the Every Student Succeed Act (ESSA) included a provision to increase resources for dual language learners. However,
of the more than 6,000 languages in the world, sign language is the only non-English language whose native users are not considered to meet the U.S. Department of Education’s English Language Learner (ELL) designation. Currently, eligibility for Title III
funds is tied to ethnicity and/or national origin.

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Cosponsor The Signing is Language Act

All children deserve the right to a high-quality public education, regardless of the primary language spoken at home. Thankfully the Every Student Succeed Act (ESSA) included a provision to increase resources for dual language learners. However,
of the more than 6,000 languages in the world, sign language is the only non-English language whose native users are not considered to meet the U.S. Department of Education’s English Language Learner (ELL) designation. Currently, eligibility for Title III
funds is tied to ethnicity and/or national origin.

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