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Two House education committee members have written a letter to the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, demanding to know why New York City's Head Start grant was not suspended or revoked after inspections revealed wide-ranging concerns about child safety.
Reps. Rick Nolan and John Kline of Minnesota and Rep. Todd Rokita of Indiana took advantage of the congressional spring recess to tour the school and meet with local officials.
“Each of us was welcomed by Senator Donnelly and Congressman Todd Rokita and I was overwhelmed when we got back to Plainfield. We came in to the homecoming at Plainfield School and it was completely full of people to welcome us there.”
Indiana Congressman Todd Rokita was in West Lafayette earlier this week, meeting with teachers, students, and cafeteria workers at Harrison High School and Burnett Creek Elementary School.
U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita reads to students in the preschool classroom at Waterloo Elementary School Tuesday. Rokita serves as chairman of the House Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education.
Tidd said they met with military legislative assistants of each Indiana representative to discuss strategies to bring the KC-46A unit to Grissom. They had face-to-face talks with Rep. Todd Rokita.
Rubio teamed up with U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita, R-Ind., the chairman of the U.S. House Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education Subcommittee, to unvei the “Educational Opportunities Act.” The proposal would allow Americans and business to receive tax credits if they support scholarship granting organizations (SGOs) that award scholarships to private schools based on need.
There’s no lack of ideas in the House Republican conference for leaders to pick from to address the concerns of the Americans left behind by the Obama recovery. Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.), for example, has introduced the RAISE Act, which would raise the wage ceiling union contracts have imposed on 8 million Americans.
“Instead of a one-size, fits all, top-down mechanism that requires every child to be at the same level, it recognizes again and trusts our parents and teachers to know how to educate our kids and that every kid is different. We offer that flexibility,” Rokita said in speaking with the Courier & Press last week.
Rep. Todd Rokita joined Tony this morning with his reaction to Israeli PM Netanyahu's address to Congress yesterday.