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AAU and ACE joined more than three dozen other higher education organizations in a letter to Speaker Ryan and Minority Leader Pelosi to express grave reservations about the version of H.R. 4508, PROSPER Act passed in December by the Education and the Workforce Committee.
AAU, ACE and two dozen other higher education organizations urged leadership in the Senate to consider bipartisan legislation that would grant legal status to 1.8 million Dreamers. legal status of Dreamers.
AAU wrote to Sen. Lamar Alexander, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP), in response to his white paper on higher education accountability.
AAU and six other higher education organizations urged Congress to maintain it's historical commitment to student financial aid and medical research in FY18.
AAU sent a letter to party leadership thanking them for their efforts to reach an FY18 funding agreement that raises defense and non-defense discretionary spending caps, urging Congress to use the budget agreement to revitalize the government-university partnership, and encouraging a renewed focus on providing permanent legal status for DACA registrants and Dreamers.
Nearly 100 organizations, including the Association of American Universities (AAU), wrote to Congressional leadership urging a bipartisan budget deal that raises the sequestration level budget caps for both defense and non-defense programs.
The Student Aid Alliance submitted a letter to House and Senate appropriations leaders asking for additional funding for federal student financial aid programs as Congress concludes the FY18 funding process.
Nineteen higher education organizations, including the Association of American Universities (AAU) and the American Council on Education (ACE), wrote to Senate and House leaders urging bipartisan support for dreamer protections.
AAU sent a letter to party leaders urging them to reach a bipartisan FY18 budget agreement that raises defense and non-defense discretionary spending caps.
The Task Force on American Innovation, of which AAU is a member, urged Congress to provide relief from the current Budget Control Act caps in order to make robust science investments a priority.