Washington, D.C., is in a bit of a funk. As the 114th Congress draws to a close, Congress is set to leave town in a few days without fully completing its federal budgeting process (yet again). There is a sense of bewilderment by lobbyists, congressional and agency staff and even members of Congress about what kind of political environment they will face when they return in January. Read more »


SAI’s Representative Council November 9 approved the following priorities for the 2017 legislative session. SAI’s Legislative Committee formulated the platform during a series of meetings which began August 3 at the Annual Conference.
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This month’s Advocate provides a quick overview of where AASA stands and what it will mean for federal education policy decisions. Read more »