Election Wrap-Up and What Comes Next?

As the dust settles from the 2018 elections, what are the key takeaways? And, what does it all mean for education policy and music education? Let’s dive in! The House…

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NAfME Unveils Title IV-A Toolkit & FAQ!

The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) has released its brand-new Title IV-A Toolkit!  This resource contains every bit of information you need to know about the Title IV, Part…

Congress Reaches Education Funding Agreement for FY 2019

UPDATED (9/28/2018): President Trump has now signed the Labor-HHS-Education and Defense spending package for FY 2019, which not only funds key-education programs, but also successfully averts a government shutdown. UPDATED…

Perkins Reauthorization Becomes Law

Congress Passes and President Trump Signs Career and Technical Education Bill The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) is thrilled to report the passage and long overdue reauthorization of the…

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NAfME Hill Day 2018 Recap

Thanks to impassioned advocacy from committed NAfME members, Hill Day 2018 was a resounding success. Over 300 delegates representing Federated MEA leadership and collegiate chapters from across the nation shared…

Senate Releases Labor, HHS, Education Bill for FY 2019

Last week, the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee released their Labor-HHS-Education bill for Fiscal Year 2019. In total, the bill would provide $179.3 billion in discretionary spending, which includes $71.4 billion…

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House Releases Labor, HHS, Education Bill for FY 2019

Earlier this week, the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee released their Labor-HHS-Education bill for Fiscal Year 2019. In total, the bill would provide $177.1 billion in discretionary spending, which…