Tell Congress: Pass the Education for All Act (H.R. 2092, S. 1259).
In 2000, the United States and 180 other nations resolved to work together to achieve universal basic education by 2015. The Education for All Act would:
Make universal basic education a focus of U.S. foreign policy.
Provide $10 billion over five years to help poor nations create and execute plans to educate all of their children.
Help carry out a key recommendation of the 9-11 Commission.
Urge your representatives to cosponsor the Education for All Act
Contact Congress TODAY!
Tell your representatives to fulfill the U.S. commitment to basic universal education and cosponsor the Education for All Act.