Education Funding

Despite rhetoric, the proposed Democrat and Republican spending bills do not scrap or over-inflate programs. source
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Rep. Mark DeSaulnier received from American Assn for Justice: $16k, American Federation of Teachers: $15k, National Education Assn: $12k, plus $22k from others on Education Funding
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Rep. Mark DeSaulnier is on the House Committee on Education and Labor, the Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education
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FOR Republicans

In general, the current republican spending bill does not change funding for projects that the party does not support, and it does not overinflate the spending for what they do support.

FOR Democrats

Democrats increase the proposed spending bill in response to the concern for underpaid teacher. The proposed bill does not change funding for projects that the party does not support, and it does not over-inflate the spending for what they do support. They also want to strengthen the Department of Education and close down for-profit schools that do not adequately prepare students for the workforce.

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