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Healthcare Reform: What the AHCA and BCRA Mean for Medicaid

Disclaimer: This article was edited on July 17th to reflect the implications of the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), which is currently under consideration in the Senate.  In May, the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA), and the Senate is currently preparing to vote on the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). … Continue reading Healthcare Reform: What the AHCA and BCRA Mean for Medicaid

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New Details on President’s FY18 Budget Confirm: Administration Missed Opportunity to Support Public School Students & Educators

Earlier this year, the President released his “skinny budget” – an outline of his budget proposal for FY18.  Today, the full budget has been released and we’ve seen clearly just how devastating the Trump Administration’s vision for public education is. Much of what we saw in the skinny budget remains the same and is disappointing … Continue reading New Details on President’s FY18 Budget Confirm: Administration Missed Opportunity to Support Public School Students & Educators

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3 Reasons Why Medicaid Matters in Schools

Written by NCLD policy team

It’s likely you’ve heard of Medicaid – a large healthcare program that provides medical care to individuals and families with limited resources. But did you know that it also provides services to students in public schools across the country? Here are three important ways Medicaid works in schools. 1. Medicaid provides medical services to students … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Medicaid Matters in Schools

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Federal Funding Series: Mixed Messages: Are Teachers and Research Important?

Written by Angela Lange

Over the last few months, I’ve been closely watching the Supreme Court case, Endrew F. v. Douglas County, holding my breath in anticipation for the court’s decision.  As an elementary school special education teacher, I was thrilled the Court made it clear that the achievement of students with disabilities matters. The case told us that … Continue reading Federal Funding Series: Mixed Messages: Are Teachers and Research Important?

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