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Protecting Women Athletes on National Girls and Women in Sports Day

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Today, on National Girls and Women in Sports Day, House Republicans are introducing legislation to protect women’s sports. The Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act of 2023, introduced by Rep. Greg Steube, will strengthen Title IX’s existing protections for women, ensure a level playing field for female athletes, and protect the law from the Biden administration’s radical regulatory scheme. ... Read more »

Americans Want a Completely Different K-12 Education System

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What do Americans want from K-12 education? The answers may surprise you. According to a new report by Populace Insight, called the Purpose of Education Index, most Americans want K-12 education to be focused on practical skills and outcomes—not college attendance. In fact, respondents ranked college attendance 47 out of 57 when it comes to education priorities, with most Americans expressing a de... Read more »

Foxx: The Education Department is Blatantly Lying

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If you weren’t scrolling through the Education Department’s (ED) recent financial statement—you missed a doozy! On page 116, KPMG says it can’t audit 2022 because ED can’t support its forgiveness estimates. The financial report released by the Department is a sham. Education and the Workforce Committee Chairwoman Virginia Foxx (R-NC) said: "The Department is blatantly lying about how much taxpayer... Read more »

“Labor” or “Workforce”: What’s the Difference?

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Each time the majority in the House of Representatives flips between Democrats and Republicans, the name of this Committee changes. When Democrats control the House, the name is “Committee on Education and Labor,” while Republicans rebrand it as “the Committee on Education and the Workforce.” But why does that matter? “Labor” is an antiquated term that excludes individuals who contribute to the Am... Read more »

Who Made @EdLaborGOP’s Naughty and Nice Lists?

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With Christmas right around the corner, Santa is making his list—and checking it twice. In the Biden White House, America’s families, workers, and job creators all landed squarely on the naughty list. Fortunately, Committee Republicans are helping St. Nick make some much-needed edits to find out who’s naughty and who’s nice. Naughty: Teachers unions that fought to keep children trapped in failing ... Read more »

PBGC OIG Validates Foxx Concerns Over Pension Bailout Boondoggle

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The media missed it…. The head of oversight for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) sounded the alarm earlier this month warning that PBGC may have broken the law! Specifically, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) requested a legal opinion from the Government Accountability Office on whether PBGC has the authority to change the calculation of the amount of taxpayer dollars handed... Read more »

Grand Jury to Loudoun Schools: Increase Transparency

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A Virginia grand jury castigated Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) for a massive lack of transparency regarding sexual assaults committed by the same student at two different schools. According to the grand jury findings, district officials showed a “stunning lack of openness, transparency and accountability” to both the grand jury and the public. The report finds LCPS officials bear “the brunt... Read more »

A New Take on the Traditional Path to Success

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Dual enrollment programs form an important pillar of education freedom in America but rarely get their due credit. These programs allow high school students to earn credit towards a high school diploma and postsecondary degree or credential simultaneously. This innovative system should be expanded to meet the needs of students and the workforce. While many dual enrollment classes are taught in hig... Read more »

Biden is Using Your Money for Mass Loan Cancelation

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Despite being rebuked at multiple points, the Biden administration is continuing to make false promises to students and promoting its student loan debt scheme. While the student loan “forgiveness” scheme has been the most prominently discussed, President Biden is using executive fiat to rewrite existing loan programs, irresponsibly extend the student loan repayment pause, and much more. According ... Read more »

EEOC Puts Unions Above Americans’ Needs

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Education and Labor Committee Republican Leader Virginia Foxx (R-NC) slammed a temporary return-to-office agreement announced this week by Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Chair Charlotte Burrows between EEOC and the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). EEOC and the AFGE finally came to a temporary agreement: it is grossly insufficient. After two and a half years, the ... Read more »

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