Full Committee

May 25, 2011
H.R. 1891, "Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act"
Archived Webcast | Ordered favorably reported, as amended, to the House by a vote of 23-16.

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1 Mr. Hunter amendment in the nature of a substitute  adopted voice vote  
2 Mr. Kildee amends Reading First to provide essential literacy services in Pre-K through 12  defeated 16-23  No. 1
3 Mr. Holt amends the Fund for Improvement of  Education to support foreign language education and other activities defeated 16-23  No. 2
4 Mr Platts to restore authority for the Parent Information and Resource Center (PIRCs) program adopted 20-19  No. 3
5 Mr. Loebsack amends Safe and Drug Free Schools to provide essential support service for students defeated 16-23  No. 4
6 Mr. Scott amends Title V, Part A (Innovative Programs) to provide service for drop out prevention defeated 16-23  No. 5
7 Mr. Platts to restore authority for Even Start defeated 18-21  No. 6
8 Mrs.Davis amends Title II, Part A, to support teacher and leader recruitment and development defeated 16-23  No. 7
9 Ms. Hirono to restore Native Hawaiian Education and Alaska Native defeated 16-23  No. 8
motion Mr. Petri report the bill as amended to the House adopted 23-16  No. 9 

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