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Education & Labor Committee Republicans

                      

The Student Success Act (H.R. 5) will reduce the federal footprint and restore local control, while empowering parents and education leaders to hold schools accountable for effectively teaching students. 

                                           

Bill Information
         

Printable Pocket Card: Student Success Act's Conservative Reforms

   
 
Press Releases

What They’re Saying About #StudentSuccessAct
ICYMI: Reduce the Federal Footprint in America's Classrooms
Kline Discusses Student Success Act with Bill Bennett
Why Americans need a new education law
Protecting Academic Standards from Federal Intrusion
Kline Statement on White House Education Report 
Committee Approves Bill to Replace No Child Left Behind, Improve K-12 Education
MITRD: It’s Time To Repair K-12 Education 
***MEDIA ADVISORY*** Committee to Mark Up the Student Success Act
Kline, Rokita Introduce Bill to Replace No Child Left Behind

Committee Activity

Kline Statement: Floor Debate of H.R. 5, the Student Success Act
Kline Statement: Markup of H.R. 5, the Student Success Act
Rokita Statement: Floor Debate of H.R. 5, the Student Success Act
Rokita Statement: Markup of H.R. 5, the Student Success Act
Markup: H.R. 5, the Student Success Act

To learn about legislative action on the Student Success Act in the 113th Congress, click here

Letters of Support

American Association of Christian Schools 
Americans for Prosperity 
Association of Christian Schools International 
Catapult Learning 
Committee on Catholic Education of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops 
Council for American Private Education 
Council of Chief State School Officers 
Family Research Council
Homeschool Legal Defense Association 
Minnesota Association of School Administrators 
Minnesota School Boards Association 
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools 
The School Superintendents Association 
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America 
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