Votes on Policy Area education by Representative delaney voting yay

YearNumQuestion/Description delaney Date
2018 385 On Passage Empowering Students Through Enhanced Financial Counseling Act 5-Sep-2018
2018 384 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions Empowering Students Through Enhanced Financial Counseling Act 5-Sep-2018
2018 141 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass To designate a National Memorial to Fallen Educators at the National Teachers Hall of Fame in Emporia, Kansas 16-Apr-2018
2016 605 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Agree Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that all students should have access to the digital tools necessary to further their education and compete in the 21st century economy 6-Dec-2016
2016 179 On Passage Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Reauthorization Act 29-Apr-2016
2016 178 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Reauthorization Act 29-Apr-2016
2015 665 On Agreeing to the Conference Report To reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to ensure that every child achieves 2-Dec-2015
2015 559 On Passage Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Reauthorization Act 21-Oct-2015
2015 558 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Reauthorization Act 21-Oct-2015
2015 422 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions Student Success Act 8-Jul-2015
2015 421 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 66 Scott of Virginia Part B Amendment No. 44 ; An amendment numbered 44 printed in Part B of House Report 114-29 to repeal H.R. 5 and replace the bill text with a substitute amendment that provides robust funding levels, replaces the outdated, rigid mandates of No Child Left Behind, and maintains civil rights and equity protections that ensure all students graduate from high school college- and career-ready. ; Amendment in the nature of a substitute sought to insert a complete new text providing new funding levels, replacing the mandates of No Child Left Behind, and maintaining civil rights and equity protections that ensure all students graduate from high school college- and career-ready. 8-Jul-2015
2015 418 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 65 Thompson of Mississippi Part B Amendment No. 43 ; An amendment numbered 43 printed in Part B of House Report 114-29 to require that the Student Success Act shall not go into effect until the Secretary of Education determines that its enactment will not reduce the college and career readiness of racial or ethnic minority students, students with disabilities, English learners, and low-income students and provides written notification to Congress on such determination. ; Amendment sought to require that the Student Success Act shall not go into effect until the Secretary of Education determines that its enactment will not reduce the college and career readiness of racial or ethnic minority students, students with disabilities, English learners, and low-income students and provides written notification to Congress on such determination. 8-Jul-2015
2015 417 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 64 Polis of Colorado Part B Amendment No. 41 ; An amendment No. 41 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to authorize funds for the Secretary of Education to provide grants for early-childhood education scholarships, professional development and licensing credentials, or increased compensation for educators who have attained specific qualifications. Amendment also requires each state that desires a grant to include a description of its comprehensive early childhood professional development system in its application, and grant recipients must maintain their fiscal effort for the activities supported by the grant funds for a fiscal year at levels equal to or greater than their fiscal effort for such activities during the preceding fiscal year. ; Amendment sought to insert language authorizing funds for the Secretary of Education to provide grants for early-childhood education scholarships, professional development and licensing credentials, or increased compensation for educators who have attained specific qualifications. Amendment also sought to require each state that desires a grant to include a description of its comprehensive early childhood professional development system in its application, and grant recipients must maintain their fiscal effort for the activities supported by the grant funds for a fiscal year at levels equal to or greater than their fiscal effort for such activities during the preceding fiscal year. 8-Jul-2015
2015 416 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 63 Loebsack of Iowa Part B Amendment No. 40 ; An amendment No. 40 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to support the expansion of the use of digital learning through competitive grants to partnerships to implement and evaluate the results of technology-based learning practices, strategies, tools, or programs at rural schools. ; Amendment inserts a new title to support the expansion of the use of digital learning through competitive grants to partnerships to implement and evaluate the results of technology-based learning practices, strategies, tools, or programs at rural schools. 8-Jul-2015
2015 415 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 62 Brownley of California Part B Amendment No. 39 ; An amendment No. 39 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to create a grant program for states to create or expand biliteracy seal programs to recognize student proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in both English and a second language for graduating high school seniors. ; Amendment sought to create a grant program for States to create or expand biliteracy seal programs to recognize student proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in both English and a second language for graduating high school seniors. 8-Jul-2015
2015 414 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 58 Carson of Indiana Part B Amendment No. 35 ; An amendment No. 35 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to advance assessments of student achievement and instructional practices, effective teacher preparation and continuing professional development, education administration, and international comparisons. The amendment supports development of a national research strategy to ensure that students, particularly at risk students, have effective teachers and are being prepared for the future. ; Amendment sought to advance assessments of student achievement and instructional practices, effective teacher preparation and continuing professional development, education administration, and international comparisons. Amendment also sought to support development of a national research strategy to ensure that students, particularly at risk students, have effective teachers and are being prepared for the future. 8-Jul-2015
2015 413 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 56 Wilson of Florida Part B Amendment No. 33 ; An amendment No. 33 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to provide for school dropout prevention and reentry and provides grants to raise academic achievement levels for all students. ; Amendment sought to provide for school dropout prevention and reentry programs and provides grants to raise academic achievement levels for all students. 8-Jul-2015
2015 412 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 55 Grayson of Florida Part B Amendment No. 32 ; An amendment No. 32 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to require the Secretary of Education to conduct an assessment of the impact of school start times on student health, well-being, and performance. ; Amendment sought to require the Secretary of Education to conduct an assessment of the impact of school start times on student health, well-being, and performance. 8-Jul-2015
2015 411 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 54 Hurd of Texas Part B Amendment No. 31 ; An amendment No. 31 printed in part B of House Report 113-29 to express the sense of Congress that students' personally identifiable information is important to protect as applied to current law and this act. ; Amendment expresses the sense of Congress that students' personally identifiable information is important to protect as applied to current law and this Act. 8-Jul-2015
2015 410 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 53 Zeldin of New York Part B Amendment No. 30 ; An amendment No. 30 printed in part B of House Report 114-29 to allow a State to withdraw from the Common Core Standards or any other specific standards. ; Amendment allows a State to withdraw from the Common Core Standards or any other specific standards. 8-Jul-2015
2015 99 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 36 Moore of Wisconsin Part B Amendment No. 13 ; An amendment numbered 13 printed in Part B of House Report 114-29 to delay implementation of new Title II formula until the Secretary of Education determines that the implementation will not reduce funding for schools serving high percentages of students in poverty. ; Amendment sought to ensure that high poverty schools are not adversely affected by the provisions of H.R. 5 with respect to teacher support and the quality of educational services. 26-Feb-2015
2015 98 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 32 Quigley of Illinois Part B Amendment No. 9 ; An amendment numbered 9 printed in Part B of House Report 114-29 to restore the paraprofessional qualifications that are in place under current law, which helped stop school districts from hiring paraprofessionals with little experience in education and no professional training. Since all districts are in compliance, and have been since 2006, this amendment would present no new burden. ; Amendment restores to the bill the paraprofessional qualifications which are in place under current law. 26-Feb-2015
2015 97 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 29 Castro of Texas Part B Amendment No. 6 ; An amendment numbered 6 printed in Part B of House Report 114-29 to appoint a neutral Ombudsman within the Department of Education to ensure K-12 textbooks are held to high academic standards. ; Amendment sought to appoint a neutral Ombudsman within the Department of Education to ensure K-12 textbooks are held to high academic standards. 26-Feb-2015
2015 95 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 24 Kennedy of Massachusetts Part B Amendment No. 1 ; ; Amendment sought to authorize the STEM Gateways grant program as an allowable use of flexible funding received by state educational agencies which would allow States to award grants to LEAs and qualified partner organizations to support the success of women, minorities, and low-income students in rigorous STEM academics. 26-Feb-2015
2014 446 On Passage To amend the loan counseling requirements under the Higher Education Act of 1965, and for other purposes 24-Jul-2014
2014 445 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions To amend the loan counseling requirements under the Higher Education Act of 1965, and for other purposes 24-Jul-2014
2014 444 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 1117 Kilmer of Washington Part B Amendment No. 2 ; An amendment No. 2 printed in part B of House Report 113-546 to ensure that each individual is aware of financial management resources provided by the Treasury Department's Financial Literacy and Education Commission. ; Amendment ensures that each individual is aware of financial management resources provided by the Treasury Department's Financial Literacy and Education Commission. 24-Jul-2014
2014 441 On Passage To establish a demonstration program for competency-based education. 23-Jul-2014
2014 440 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions To establish a demonstration program for competency-based education. 23-Jul-2014
2014 439 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 1112 Gowdy of South Carolina Part A Amendment No. 8 ; An amendment numbered 8 printed in Part A of House Report 113-546 to permit participation of dual enrollment programs in demonstration projects. ; Amendment permits participation of dual enrollment programs in demonstration projects. 23-Jul-2014
2014 217 On Passage To amend the charter school program under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. 9-May-2014
2014 216 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 662 Bonamici of Oregon Part A Amendment No. 11 ; An amendment numbered 11 printed in House Report 113-444 to clarify the reporting requirements of State entities by asking State entities to include, to the extent known, whether efforts to share best and promising practices between charter schools and other schools led to the adoption and implementation of best practices by such other public schools. ; Amendment clarifies the reporting requirements of State entities by asking State entities to include in their reports on charter school programs the extent to which best practices in instruction and professional development and curricular programs are being adopted and implemented by traditional public schools. 9-May-2014
2014 215 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 661 Langevin of Rhode Island Part A Amendment No. 10 ; An amendment numbered 10 printed in House Report 113-444 to add comprehensive career counseling to the criteria that the Secretary will take into account when prioritizing grants to LEAs. ; Amendment adds comprehensive career counseling to the criteria that the Secretary will take into account when prioritizing grants awarded under the bill. 9-May-2014
2014 214 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 660 Wilson of Florida Part A Amendment No. 9 ; An amendment numbered 9 printed in House Report 113-444 to ensure collection and public dissemination of information that will help parents make informed decisions about education options for their children. ; Amendment provides for the collection and public dissemination of information by charter schools on demographics, quality of education, school attendance, average class size, academic achievement gains, parental involvement and discipline. 9-May-2014
2014 212 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 655 Castor of Florida Part A Amendment No. 3 ; An amendment numbered 3 printed in House Report 113-444 to require the Secretary of the Department of Education to develop and enforce conflict of interest guidelines for all charter schools receiving federal assistance. Guidelines must include disclosures from anyone affiliated with the charter school that has a financial interest in the school. ; Amendment sought to require the Secretary of the Department of Education to develop and enforce conflict of interest guidelines for all charter schools receiving federal assistance. 9-May-2014
2013 426 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Concur in the Senate Amendment Smarter Solutions for Students Act 31-Jul-2013
2013 373 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions To support State and local accountability for public education, protect State and local authority, inform parents of the performance of their children?s schools, and for other purposes 19-Jul-2013
2013 372 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 343 George Miller of California Substitute Amendment No. 26 ; An substitute amendment numbered 26 printed in House Report 113-158 to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to maintain the civil rights and equity focus of the law and to ensure all students have access to an education that prepares them for college and the workforce. Supports all students, and in particular those who are historically disadvantaged, through access to high quality state-developed standards, a meaningful but flexible accountability and school improvement system, improved and targeted professional development and working conditions for teachers and school leaders, additional learning time and after-school programs, and dedicated supports for wrap-around services for students and a well-rounded education. ; Amendment in the nature of a substitute sought to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act with a focus on maintaining the civil rights and equity of the law by ensuring all students have access to an education. Amendment also sought to support all students through access to high quality state-developed standards, a flexible accountability and school improvement system, improved and targeted professional development and working conditions for teachers and school leaders, as well as additional learning time and after-school programs. 19-Jul-2013
2013 371 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 341 Jackson Lee of Texas Amendment No. 24 ; An amendment numbered 24 printed in House Report 113-158 to create a report containing recommendations regarding the advisability of authorizing a state education authority to close a school district over the opposition of a locally elected school board, and regarding best practices governing the exercise of authority by a state education agency in monitoring, supervising and controlling under-performing school districts with particular emphasis on rural and underserved school districts. ; Amendment sought to require a study and a report containing recommendations regarding the advisability of authorizing a state education authority to close a school district over the opposition of a locally elected school board, and regarding best practices governing the exercise of authority by a state education agency in monitoring, supervising and controlling under-performing school districts with particular emphasis on rural and underserved school districts. 19-Jul-2013
2013 367 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 319 Young of Alaska Amendment No. 2 ; An amendment numbered 2 printed in House Report 113-158 to make policy improvements to, educational support programs for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students which are currently authorized under Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and would be diminished by H.R. 5, the Student Success Act. ; Amendment inserts a new Title VI which outlines the Federal government's trust responsibility to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Education. 18-Jul-2013
2013 182 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions Smarter Solutions for Students Act 23-May-2013
2013 49 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Agree Academic Competition Resolution of 2013 26-Feb-2013