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FY22 appropriations update

MD
Michele Diecuch
Wed, Jul 28, 2021 11:45 AM

Hi everyone,
Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President's FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF's funding tablehttps://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf with all education programs.

Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments.

The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess - it's possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.

Best,
Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


ProLiteracyhttp://www.proliteracy.org/  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204
p 315.214.2576 |  f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org

Find us and follow us on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707 and Twitterhttp://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld.
Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.http://www.proliteracy.org/give
[cid:image001.png@01D78384.82BFD250]https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future

Hi everyone, Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President's FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF's funding table<https://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf> with all education programs. Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments. The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess - it's possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<http://www.proliteracy.org/> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.<http://www.proliteracy.org/give> [cid:image001.png@01D78384.82BFD250]<https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future>
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Sharon Bonney
Wed, Jul 28, 2021 2:59 PM

Thanks Michele! We are showing a $63M increase when including the FY 22 Adult Education National Leadership increases for FY 22 (versus the $50M noted below). I mention this because we actively promote the $63M number to our members.

Thanks,

Sharon Bonney

Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.org

PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.orghttp://www.coabe.org/

Please note our new mailing address

[cid:421413af-087d-4946-8431-ecdee4a33613]https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/ [cid:47be30a9-f159-484f-8358-79481b466c83] https://twitter.com/COABEHQ  [cid:61a12d64-3fca-4f5c-8cc6-a4b52c0c134d] https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/  [cid:cc3f17de-d1a9-4f34-a6eb-679a41e86a65] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg

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From: Michele Diecuch MDiecuch@proliteracy.org
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 7:45 AM
To: NCL Members members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org
Subject: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update

Hi everyone,

Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF’s funding tablehttps://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf with all education programs.

Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments.

The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.

Best,

Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs

Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


ProLiteracyhttp://www.proliteracy.org/  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204
p 315.214.2576 |  f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org

Find us and follow us on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707 and Twitterhttp://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld.

Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.http://www.proliteracy.org/give

[cid:image001.png@01D78384.82BFD250]https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future

Thanks Michele! We are showing a $63M increase when including the FY 22 Adult Education National Leadership increases for FY 22 (versus the $50M noted below). I mention this because we actively promote the $63M number to our members. Thanks, Sharon Bonney Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.org PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.org<http://www.coabe.org/> Please note our new mailing address [cid:421413af-087d-4946-8431-ecdee4a33613]<https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/> [cid:47be30a9-f159-484f-8358-79481b466c83] <https://twitter.com/COABEHQ> [cid:61a12d64-3fca-4f5c-8cc6-a4b52c0c134d] <https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/> [cid:cc3f17de-d1a9-4f34-a6eb-679a41e86a65] <https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg> [cid:3062f35f-6249-4691-99c7-459450eee50e][cid:5c30abbc-69a5-45fc-8d9d-220cac5cd999] [cid:135b222b-3aa0-4c1a-ba5f-322e7683b158] ________________________________ From: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 7:45 AM To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org> Subject: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update Hi everyone, Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF’s funding table<https://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf> with all education programs. Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments. The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<http://www.proliteracy.org/> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.<http://www.proliteracy.org/give> [cid:image001.png@01D78384.82BFD250]<https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future>
MD
Michele Diecuch
Wed, Jul 28, 2021 3:30 PM

Thanks Sharon. The information was from Committee for Education Funding, but it's possible their funding tables are incorrect. I'll check with them and ask them to correct their tables. With this much changing all the time, mistakes can happen. Thanks for pointing it out.

Michele

From: Sharon Bonney sharonmbonney@coabe.org
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 10:59 AM
To: Michele Diecuch MDiecuch@proliteracy.org; NCL Members members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org
Subject: [NCL Members] Re: FY22 appropriations update

Thanks Michele! We are showing a $63M increase when including the FY 22 Adult Education National Leadership increases for FY 22 (versus the $50M noted below). I mention this because we actively promote the $63M number to our members.

Thanks,

Sharon Bonney
Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.orgmailto:sharonmbonney@coabe.org

PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.orghttp://www.coabe.org/
Please note our new mailing address

[cid:image002.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/[cid:image003.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://twitter.com/COABEHQ[cid:image004.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/[cid:image005.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg

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From: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:MDiecuch@proliteracy.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 7:45 AM
To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.orgmailto:members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org>
Subject: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update

Hi everyone,

Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President's FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF's funding tablehttps://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf with all education programs.

Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments.

The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess - it's possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.

Best,

Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs

Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


ProLiteracyhttp://www.proliteracy.org/  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204
p 315.214.2576 |  f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org

Find us and follow us on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707 and Twitterhttp://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld.

Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.http://www.proliteracy.org/give

[cid:image009.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future

Thanks Sharon. The information was from Committee for Education Funding, but it's possible their funding tables are incorrect. I'll check with them and ask them to correct their tables. With this much changing all the time, mistakes can happen. Thanks for pointing it out. Michele From: Sharon Bonney <sharonmbonney@coabe.org> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 10:59 AM To: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org>; NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org> Subject: [NCL Members] Re: FY22 appropriations update Thanks Michele! We are showing a $63M increase when including the FY 22 Adult Education National Leadership increases for FY 22 (versus the $50M noted below). I mention this because we actively promote the $63M number to our members. Thanks, Sharon Bonney Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.org<mailto:sharonmbonney@coabe.org> PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.org<http://www.coabe.org/> Please note our new mailing address [cid:image002.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/>[cid:image003.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://twitter.com/COABEHQ>[cid:image004.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/>[cid:image005.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg> [cid:image006.png@01D783A3.CCC09500][cid:image007.png@01D783A3.CCC09500] [cid:image008.png@01D783A3.CCC09500] ________________________________ From: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:MDiecuch@proliteracy.org>> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 7:45 AM To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org<mailto:members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org>> Subject: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update Hi everyone, Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President's FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF's funding table<https://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf> with all education programs. Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments. The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess - it's possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<http://www.proliteracy.org/> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.<http://www.proliteracy.org/give> [cid:image009.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future>
SB
Sharon Bonney
Wed, Jul 28, 2021 3:38 PM

Great, thanks so much for checking with them and for sharing the information.

Sharon Bonney

Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.org

PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.orghttp://www.coabe.org/

Please note our new mailing address

[cid:1b58feaa-2fdf-4a9b-b394-8b314eeac520]https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/ [cid:610c5c5c-3984-4d5d-a9bb-1b0ece15dbb5] https://twitter.com/COABEHQ  [cid:363b7eb9-5801-4a47-83df-1ad1f1752198] https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/  [cid:37f1e27f-d3aa-4fad-932d-c87672667a90] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg

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From: Michele Diecuch MDiecuch@proliteracy.org
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 11:30 AM
To: Sharon Bonney sharonmbonney@coabe.org; NCL Members members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org
Subject: RE: FY22 appropriations update

Thanks Sharon. The information was from Committee for Education Funding, but it’s possible their funding tables are incorrect. I’ll check with them and ask them to correct their tables. With this much changing all the time, mistakes can happen. Thanks for pointing it out.

Michele

From: Sharon Bonney sharonmbonney@coabe.org
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 10:59 AM
To: Michele Diecuch MDiecuch@proliteracy.org; NCL Members members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org
Subject: [NCL Members] Re: FY22 appropriations update

Thanks Michele! We are showing a $63M increase when including the FY 22 Adult Education National Leadership increases for FY 22 (versus the $50M noted below). I mention this because we actively promote the $63M number to our members.

Thanks,

Sharon Bonney

Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.orgmailto:sharonmbonney@coabe.org

PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.orghttp://www.coabe.org/

Please note our new mailing address

[cid:image002.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/[cid:image003.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://twitter.com/COABEHQ[cid:image004.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/[cid:image005.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg

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From: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:MDiecuch@proliteracy.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 7:45 AM
To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.orgmailto:members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org>
Subject: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update

Hi everyone,

Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF’s funding tablehttps://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf with all education programs.

Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments.

The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.

Best,

Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs

Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


ProLiteracyhttp://www.proliteracy.org/  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204
p 315.214.2576 |  f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org

Find us and follow us on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707 and Twitterhttp://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld.

Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.http://www.proliteracy.org/give

[cid:image009.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future

Great, thanks so much for checking with them and for sharing the information. Sharon Bonney Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.org PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.org<http://www.coabe.org/> Please note our new mailing address [cid:1b58feaa-2fdf-4a9b-b394-8b314eeac520]<https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/> [cid:610c5c5c-3984-4d5d-a9bb-1b0ece15dbb5] <https://twitter.com/COABEHQ> [cid:363b7eb9-5801-4a47-83df-1ad1f1752198] <https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/> [cid:37f1e27f-d3aa-4fad-932d-c87672667a90] <https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg> [cid:6a9fa6df-e99c-440e-b1c5-b2603c3bea7b][cid:171bd27b-830c-4761-9470-ddf9574f9879] [cid:d1b14110-4cf3-48d5-97a5-8ced38c98025] ________________________________ From: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 11:30 AM To: Sharon Bonney <sharonmbonney@coabe.org>; NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org> Subject: RE: FY22 appropriations update Thanks Sharon. The information was from Committee for Education Funding, but it’s possible their funding tables are incorrect. I’ll check with them and ask them to correct their tables. With this much changing all the time, mistakes can happen. Thanks for pointing it out. Michele From: Sharon Bonney <sharonmbonney@coabe.org> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 10:59 AM To: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org>; NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org> Subject: [NCL Members] Re: FY22 appropriations update Thanks Michele! We are showing a $63M increase when including the FY 22 Adult Education National Leadership increases for FY 22 (versus the $50M noted below). I mention this because we actively promote the $63M number to our members. Thanks, Sharon Bonney Chief Executive Officer | Coalition on Adult Basic Education | sharonmbonney@coabe.org<mailto:sharonmbonney@coabe.org> PO Box 14400, Bradenton, FL 34280 |P: 888-44-COABE | www.coabe.org<http://www.coabe.org/> Please note our new mailing address [cid:image002.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.facebook.com/COABEHQ/>[cid:image003.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://twitter.com/COABEHQ>[cid:image004.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.linkedin.com/company/coalition-on-adult-basic-education/>[cid:image005.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvCmd7QzQq3e5XzawnVgnTg> [cid:image006.png@01D783A3.CCC09500][cid:image007.png@01D783A3.CCC09500] [cid:image008.png@01D783A3.CCC09500] ________________________________ From: Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:MDiecuch@proliteracy.org>> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 7:45 AM To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org<mailto:members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org>> Subject: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update Hi everyone, Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF’s funding table<https://cef.org/wp-content/uploads/CEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf> with all education programs. Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments. The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<http://www.proliteracy.org/> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.<http://www.proliteracy.org/give> [cid:image009.png@01D783A3.CCC09500]<https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future>
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Cynthia Eagleton at work
Wed, Jul 28, 2021 4:33 PM

Dear Michele and NCL Members,
Thank you for the update, Michele!
I've been meaning to reach out to NCL members to share a tactic I use with advocacy.  
Updates such as we receive from NCL and other organizations are so important. I want to make a pitch for doing the same with students - in particular when they have engaged in advocacy work for good outcome thru letter writing, Leg Days, etc. 
As a teacher, I'm somewhere in the middle of the what is essentially a power structure - admin, teachers and staff, students. 
At some schools and in some programs, advocacy remains at the top. In my opinion, ineffective and a missed opportunity to share out the important life skills of advocacy and alliance building.  At other schools, it filters down - and teachers - and sometimes students - get involved. Such is often the case in California. 
What I know from personal experience is that sometimes organizations and administrators ask teachers and staff and students, too to get involved in advocacy work - but neglect to tell them about the results - and to frame those results in a way that encourages more advocacy in the future.
In CA, it's been challenging. Year after year, we remain far underfunded in comparison to where we were prior to the crash of 2009. Year after year, we advocate - not just admin but often teachers and students, too.  Many people do not like to get involved in advocacy for a variety of reasons. Asking them to do this - teaching them how - this is a lot of work for admin or advocates like myself. Then there is the advocacy work - not easy when English is not your first language and the US is not your first culture. Who are we writing to? What do we say? Why should we bother to do this?  I hear these questions over and over - year after year. And often, after all that, we don't get what we asked for. For students who are cynical about advocacy and the democratic process, this adds to their cynicism. 
So if and when the results are bad - and we know they often are - it's important to frame those results as "a step along the way to where we are going! good work!" etc. And when the results are good - yes, shout it to the world! Hold up good advocates as examples, etc. 
I'm thrilled to see what COABE has done in recent years to encourage, teach, and support advocacy work and student advocacy. So needed!  So powerful!
I include the attached pic as an example of how I share the news with my ESL students, I know it's important to share the results with them - whether or not they personally engaged in advocacy work. 
Democracy is a skill - and a huge amount of work. 
I'm grateful to this group for keeping us informed as to what's happening where funding for AE on the national level is concerned - and for pointing out the moments in the democratic process where we have leverage to push for an increase in funding. 
Sincerely,
Cynthia

Cynthia Eagleton
CFT Local 4681#AdultEducationMattersadulteducationmatters.blogspot.com
We remember the circle one person at a time.

On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 04:45:35 AM PDT, Michele Diecuch <mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> wrote:  

Hi everyone,

Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here toview CEF’s funding table with all education programs.

 

Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments. 

 

The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.

 

 

Best,

Michele

 

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Dear Michele and NCL Members, Thank you for the update, Michele! I've been meaning to reach out to NCL members to share a tactic I use with advocacy.   Updates such as we receive from NCL and other organizations are so important. I want to make a pitch for doing the same with students - in particular when they have engaged in advocacy work for good outcome thru letter writing, Leg Days, etc.  As a teacher, I'm somewhere in the middle of the what is essentially a power structure - admin, teachers and staff, students.  At some schools and in some programs, advocacy remains at the top. In my opinion, ineffective and a missed opportunity to share out the important life skills of advocacy and alliance building.  At other schools, it filters down - and teachers - and sometimes students - get involved. Such is often the case in California.  What I know from personal experience is that sometimes organizations and administrators ask teachers and staff and students, too to get involved in advocacy work - but neglect to tell them about the results - and to frame those results in a way that encourages more advocacy in the future. In CA, it's been challenging. Year after year, we remain far underfunded in comparison to where we were prior to the crash of 2009. Year after year, we advocate - not just admin but often teachers and students, too.  Many people do not like to get involved in advocacy for a variety of reasons. Asking them to do this - teaching them how - this is a lot of work for admin or advocates like myself. Then there is the advocacy work - not easy when English is not your first language and the US is not your first culture. Who are we writing to? What do we say? Why should we bother to do this?  I hear these questions over and over - year after year. And often, after all that, we don't get what we asked for. For students who are cynical about advocacy and the democratic process, this adds to their cynicism.  So if and when the results are bad - and we know they often are - it's important to frame those results as "a step along the way to where we are going! good work!" etc. And when the results are good - yes, shout it to the world! Hold up good advocates as examples, etc.  I'm thrilled to see what COABE has done in recent years to encourage, teach, and support advocacy work and student advocacy. So needed!  So powerful! I include the attached pic as an example of how I share the news with my ESL students, I know it's important to share the results with them - whether or not they personally engaged in advocacy work.  Democracy is a skill - and a huge amount of work.  I'm grateful to this group for keeping us informed as to what's happening where funding for AE on the national level is concerned - and for pointing out the moments in the democratic process where we have leverage to push for an increase in funding.  Sincerely, Cynthia Cynthia Eagleton CFT Local 4681#AdultEducationMattersadulteducationmatters.blogspot.com We remember the circle one person at a time. On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 04:45:35 AM PDT, Michele Diecuch <mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> wrote: Hi everyone, Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here toview CEF’s funding table with all education programs.   Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments.    The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.     Best, Michele   MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ProLiteracy  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 |  f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org   Find us and follow us onFacebook andTwitter. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.   _______________________________________________ National Coalition for Literacy Members mailing list -- members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org To unsubscribe send an email to members-leave@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org To unsubscribe: %(web_page_url)slistinfo%(cgiext)s/%(_internal_name)s
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Hi Cynthia,
Thank you for your thoughtful email to the NCL listserv about advocacy. I could not agree more about the importance of involving ALL stakeholders in advocacy efforts and sharing information about results.
If you’re not aware, ProLiteracy developed an advocacy toolkit last fall that you may want to check out: https://www.proliteracy.org/Portals/0/pdf/Advocacy/2021-03-ProLiteracy-AdvocacyToolkit-1208.pdf.
It includes information about advocating at all levels, involving students, campaigns, and sharing about both the problem and the results of advocacy. We would love to add your results image at some point if that would be ok with you? Feel free to DM me.

Best,
Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


ProLiteracyhttp://www.proliteracy.org/  | 101 Wyoming St. |  Syracuse, NY 13204
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From: Cynthia Eagleton at work zimzamjamz@yahoo.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 12:34 PM
To: NCL Members members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org; Michele Diecuch MDiecuch@proliteracy.org
Subject: Re: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update ---- note on sharing news with the field - in particular, students

Dear Michele and NCL Members,

Thank you for the update, Michele!

I've been meaning to reach out to NCL members to share a tactic I use with advocacy.

Updates such as we receive from NCL and other organizations are so important. I want to make a pitch for doing the same with students - in particular when they have engaged in advocacy work for good outcome thru letter writing, Leg Days, etc.

As a teacher, I'm somewhere in the middle of the what is essentially a power structure - admin, teachers and staff, students.

At some schools and in some programs, advocacy remains at the top. In my opinion, ineffective and a missed opportunity to share out the important life skills of advocacy and alliance building.  At other schools, it filters down - and teachers - and sometimes students - get involved. Such is often the case in California.

What I know from personal experience is that sometimes organizations and administrators ask teachers and staff and students, too to get involved in advocacy work - but neglect to tell them about the results - and to frame those results in a way that encourages more advocacy in the future.

In CA, it's been challenging. Year after year, we remain far underfunded in comparison to where we were prior to the crash of 2009. Year after year, we advocate - not just admin but often teachers and students, too.  Many people do not like to get involved in advocacy for a variety of reasons. Asking them to do this - teaching them how - this is a lot of work for admin or advocates like myself. Then there is the advocacy work - not easy when English is not your first language and the US is not your first culture. Who are we writing to? What do we say? Why should we bother to do this?  I hear these questions over and over - year after year. And often, after all that, we don't get what we asked for. For students who are cynical about advocacy and the democratic process, this adds to their cynicism.

So if and when the results are bad - and we know they often are - it's important to frame those results as "a step along the way to where we are going! good work!" etc. And when the results are good - yes, shout it to the world! Hold up good advocates as examples, etc.

I'm thrilled to see what COABE has done in recent years to encourage, teach, and support advocacy work and student advocacy. So needed!  So powerful!

I include the attached pic as an example of how I share the news with my ESL students, I know it's important to share the results with them - whether or not they personally engaged in advocacy work.

Democracy is a skill - and a huge amount of work.

I'm grateful to this group for keeping us informed as to what's happening where funding for AE on the national level is concerned - and for pointing out the moments in the democratic process where we have leverage to push for an increase in funding.

Sincerely,

Cynthia

Cynthia Eagleton

CFT Local 4681
#AdultEducationMatters
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We remember the circle one person at a time.

On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 04:45:35 AM PDT, Michele Diecuch <mdiecuch@proliteracy.orgmailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> wrote:

Hi everyone,

Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF’s funding tablehttps://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fcef.org%2fwp-content%2fuploads%2fCEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf&c=E,1,E6D1-vGe6guD7_FhP2Zjglfnq6GcbBFR3bpfPbuHm80PgHLzJedbUrNwXU8tsinmYVzXF8NOPWPbwoucOgvnDxqW2-1rIkyNcJblk2rXcEI0_fbvMb0,&typo=1 with all education programs.

Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments.

The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education.

Best,

Michele

MICHELE DIECUCH |  Senior Director of Programs

Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


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Hi Cynthia, Thank you for your thoughtful email to the NCL listserv about advocacy. I could not agree more about the importance of involving ALL stakeholders in advocacy efforts and sharing information about results. If you’re not aware, ProLiteracy developed an advocacy toolkit last fall that you may want to check out: https://www.proliteracy.org/Portals/0/pdf/Advocacy/2021-03-ProLiteracy-AdvocacyToolkit-1208.pdf. It includes information about advocating at all levels, involving students, campaigns, and sharing about both the problem and the results of advocacy. We would love to add your results image at some point if that would be ok with you? Feel free to DM me. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<http://www.proliteracy.org/> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. Help ProLiteracy advance the cause of adult literacy.<http://www.proliteracy.org/give> [cid:image001.png@01D78855.F0B32930]<https://www.proliteracy.org/write-her-future> From: Cynthia Eagleton at work <zimzamjamz@yahoo.com> Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 12:34 PM To: NCL Members <members@lists.national-coalition-literacy.org>; Michele Diecuch <MDiecuch@proliteracy.org> Subject: Re: [NCL Members] FY22 appropriations update ---- note on sharing news with the field - in particular, students Dear Michele and NCL Members, Thank you for the update, Michele! I've been meaning to reach out to NCL members to share a tactic I use with advocacy. Updates such as we receive from NCL and other organizations are so important. I want to make a pitch for doing the same with students - in particular when they have engaged in advocacy work for good outcome thru letter writing, Leg Days, etc. As a teacher, I'm somewhere in the middle of the what is essentially a power structure - admin, teachers and staff, students. At some schools and in some programs, advocacy remains at the top. In my opinion, ineffective and a missed opportunity to share out the important life skills of advocacy and alliance building. At other schools, it filters down - and teachers - and sometimes students - get involved. Such is often the case in California. What I know from personal experience is that sometimes organizations and administrators ask teachers and staff and students, too to get involved in advocacy work - but neglect to tell them about the results - and to frame those results in a way that encourages more advocacy in the future. In CA, it's been challenging. Year after year, we remain far underfunded in comparison to where we were prior to the crash of 2009. Year after year, we advocate - not just admin but often teachers and students, too. Many people do not like to get involved in advocacy for a variety of reasons. Asking them to do this - teaching them how - this is a lot of work for admin or advocates like myself. Then there is the advocacy work - not easy when English is not your first language and the US is not your first culture. Who are we writing to? What do we say? Why should we bother to do this? I hear these questions over and over - year after year. And often, after all that, we don't get what we asked for. For students who are cynical about advocacy and the democratic process, this adds to their cynicism. So if and when the results are bad - and we know they often are - it's important to frame those results as "a step along the way to where we are going! good work!" etc. And when the results are good - yes, shout it to the world! Hold up good advocates as examples, etc. I'm thrilled to see what COABE has done in recent years to encourage, teach, and support advocacy work and student advocacy. So needed! So powerful! I include the attached pic as an example of how I share the news with my ESL students, I know it's important to share the results with them - whether or not they personally engaged in advocacy work. Democracy is a skill - and a huge amount of work. I'm grateful to this group for keeping us informed as to what's happening where funding for AE on the national level is concerned - and for pointing out the moments in the democratic process where we have leverage to push for an increase in funding. Sincerely, Cynthia Cynthia Eagleton CFT Local 4681 #AdultEducationMatters adulteducationmatters.blogspot.com<https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fadulteducationmatters.blogspot.com&c=E,1,mLMCi8dkFglhB1bvEA9nUuNJRvx7aQu_e2-Hpac8RumUoVVPYqDlJsRPZ409cJCh9aJxuuclPXt2rnl28fMFRjUHnixJ-TT9aoyc32Gx&typo=1&ancr_add=1> We remember the circle one person at a time. On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 04:45:35 AM PDT, Michele Diecuch <mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org>> wrote: Hi everyone, Yesterday, the House began debating the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill for FY22. The proposed funding for adult education is $739 million, which is $50 million (7.3%) more than FY21 and $25 million more than the President’s FY22 budget. This includes funding for both state grants and national leadership funding. Additionally, there is $100 million for AE in mandatory spending per the ARP. Please click here to view CEF’s funding table<https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fcef.org%2fwp-content%2fuploads%2fCEFs-FY-2022-Funding-Table-House-Committee-07.26.21.pdf&c=E,1,E6D1-vGe6guD7_FhP2Zjglfnq6GcbBFR3bpfPbuHm80PgHLzJedbUrNwXU8tsinmYVzXF8NOPWPbwoucOgvnDxqW2-1rIkyNcJblk2rXcEI0_fbvMb0,&typo=1> with all education programs. Also to be considered are 15 education-related amendments that were offered. Attached is the full list. Some added funding to education programs while others cut funding to offset these increases. The good news is that while some education programs did see cuts, AEFLA was not decreased due to amendments. The Senate could begin marking up FY22 approprations bills next week. It remains to be seen whether the House members will remain in session during August recess – it’s possible the Senate will pass a FY22 budget resolution with reconciliation instructions for the non-traditional infrastructure bill, which would include education. Best, Michele MICHELE DIECUCH | Senior Director of Programs Pronouns: She, Her, Hers ________________________________ ProLiteracy<https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=http%3a%2f%2fwww.proliteracy.org%2f&c=E,1,As2p6P8DEBbgegkNfHTidyxQ8tjTxqVPJdtYmDtGNQAA5IuaJvwDzOqlqCuZm9O4dqsMeoP3a0p0v8vJqwdsu_XVQ65H-AWFQg6r-HtY&typo=1> | 101 Wyoming St. | Syracuse, NY 13204 p 315.214.2576 | f 315.422.6369 | mdiecuch@proliteracy.org<mailto:mdiecuch@proliteracy.org> Find us and follow us on Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/pages/ProLiteracy/59618669707> and Twitter<http://twitter.com/#!/ProLitWorld>. 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