Thursday, March 3, 2011

U.S. Department of Education Releases Documents on Education Spending

Today, the U.S. Department of Education released promising practices for productivity and flexibility concerning the spending of federal funds for education in each state. State leaders around the country have been faced with deciding the most efficient and non-damaging approach to tightening their budgets in every area, but especially education.

Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, stated in a letter to governors that “governments at every level face a critical need to cut spending where we can in order to invest where we must.” While one document contains actual examples of how states and districts can improve their spending, Duncan’s letter also included, “Advancing Student Achievement Through Labor-Management Collaboration”—a product of the Feb. 5-16 Conference on Labor-Management Collaboration.
To learn more, read the entire article at U.S. Department of Education

1 comment:

  1. Frankly, I do not think we will ever know the real numbers. I have always thought that education segment was a really great place for people to make money. I just wish it wasn’t the money that was the priority, but rather students’ education. I just hope someone was concerned with top 10 essay review websites. They are good websites that suggest assistance for choosing essay writing sites, but this the purpose of education is different. And, if someone was concerned, they would have fixed this by now.