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Education & Labor Committee Republicans

  • Dear Colleague: Former Education Secretary: Access to Higher Education Will Spur Economic Recovery
    Sep 29, 2010  - Dear Colleague: With nearly 15 million Americans unemployed and looking for work, we should be doing all we can to help job-seekers get the skills, training, and credentials they need to re-enter the workforce. Unfortunately, regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Education threaten to redu... More
  • Letter to Education Secretary Arne Duncan
    Sep 9, 2010  - Dear Secretary Duncan: Given the significant investment of taxpayer resources in postsecondary education, the federal government has an obligation to prevent waste, fraud, and abuse in the student aid programs. One important way to protect the integrity of federal student aid is to ensure participa... More
  • Letter to Education Secretary Arne Duncan
    Aug 2, 2010  - Dear Secretary Duncan: Thank you for this opportunity to comment on the proposed program integrity regulations included in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking published in the Federal Register on June 18, 2010. We share your goal of strengthening accountability and integrity among the institutions th... More
  • Kline Letter to Chairman George Miller
    Dec 11, 2009  - Dear Chairman Miller: In recent months I have grown increasingly concerned by reports that Department of Education officials are improperly using taxpayer resources to advocate for the Administration’s proposal to eliminate the Federal Family Education Loan program. House and Senate Democrats have ... More
  • Kline Letter to U.S. Secretary of Education
    Dec 11, 2009  - Dear Secretary Duncan: Three days ago, the Office of Management and Budget published the Open Government Initiative, which OMB Director Peter Orzag pledged “will help to make government more open, transparent, and accountable to bridge the gap between the American people and their government.” In f... More
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