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GCE-US Statement on Administration’s Proposal for FY22 Budget

President Biden released his initial fiscal year 2022 budget request on April 9, 2021. The Global Campaign for Education-US applauds the foreign policy 12 percent proposed increase over current funding levels to at least $63.5 billion for International Affairs, however we urge Congress to move forward with this International Affairs funding level as the minimum floor in all FY2022 negotiations and appropriate $1.1 billion for the Basic Education account in the FY2022 State and Foreign Operations appropriations bill, including support for bilateral U.S. programming, at least $150 million for the Global Partnership for Education, and at least $50 million for the Education Cannot Wait Fund.
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Global Learning Loss Assessment Act Reintroduction

GCE-US is pleased to announce the reintroduction of the Global Learning Loss Assessment Act, led by Senators Ben Cardin (D-MD) and John Boozman (R-AR) in the Senate and Representatives Chrissy Houlahan (D, PA-06), Mike Quigley (D, IL-05), and Brian Fitzpatrick (R, PA-01) in the House of Representatives.
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Reaching the most marginalized: a human right to inclusive education

Joint statement on the Reaching the most marginalized: a human right to inclusive education forum hosted by Education Cannot Wait, the Government of Norway, the Global Campaign for Education, Special Olympics, International Disability Alliance, International Disabilities and Development Consortium, and the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies.
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