NACAC joined its colleagues to urge Congress to pass a clean DREAM Act that would provide important protections for DACA-protected immigrants.
NACAC and 148 other national organizations wrote to Congress to urge them to pass the FY 2018 spending bills free of any ideological poison pill policy riders (January 2018).
NACAC and others wrote in support of an amendment offered by Representative Joe Courtney (D-CT-2) to protect the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program under the proposed HEA reauthorization bill (December 2017).
NACAC and several other higher education associations expressed our deep concern with H.R. 4508, the Promoting Real Opportunity, Success, and Prosperity through Education Reform Act (December 2017).
NACAC and several other education groups urged Congress adequately fund education in the annual spending bills (November 2017).
American Council on Education, NACAC and other higher education associations express concern about the Senate version of H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (November 2017).
NACAC and 42 education groups expressed their opposition to the House Tax Bill (November 2017).
NACAC and 42 education groups expressed their opposition to the Senate Tax Bill (November 2017).
Members of the College in High School Alliance urge Congress to include provisions that support the growth of dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and early college high school in any reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act (October 2017).
NACAC and 56 local, state, and national immigrant, civil rights, faith-based and labor organizations express support for the DREAM Act (S. 1615) and concern about the SUCCEED Act (S. 1852) (October 2017).
NACAC joins an amicus brief challenging the U.S. Department of Education’s unlawful delay of a 2016 rule designed to protect student loan borrowers from school fraud, abuse, and abrupt closures (October 2017).
41 organizations, including NACAC, urge the Department of Education to place the interests of students front and center as the Department explores potential changes to regulations (September 2017).
NACAC joins the Clean Budget Coalition urging the House appropriators to oppose any harmful policy riders when passing the FY18 spending bills (September 2017).
NACAC joins TICAS and a variety of education organizations encouraging the Senate Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee to fully fund the Pell Grant program, and urging the subcommittee to consider increasing the maximum Pell amount (September 2017).