Jacqueline Chevalier serves as the Director of Education Policy for the Democratic staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce under the leadership of Ranking Member Robert C. “Bobby” Scott (D-VA). In her role, she oversees the Committee’s entire education and child welfare portfolio, spanning jurisdiction of the Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education and Higher Education and Workforce Development subcommittees. Prior to serving as Director, she served in various policy roles on the committee, including lead policy staff for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the 2015 bipartisan reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Jacque first joined the Committee under the leadership of Ranking Member George Miller (D-CA), now retired, during which time she served as the lead policy staff for amendments to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014). Her primary policy focuses include Title I of the ESEA, disability and civil rights in education issues, and school choice. Jacque previously held roles with National PTA, where she led the association’s federal policy efforts, and United Way Worldwide, where she developed and implemented the organization’s first federal early childhood and K-12 education policy agenda. Jacque graduated with high distinction from the University of Virginia.
Education and Workforce Development in the 115th Congressional Session –
The November 2016 election brought changes in Congressional direction. Hear from House Education and Workforce Committee staff about what those changes mean for education and workforce development at the federal level. Changes in education and accountability resulted under the Congressional Review Act. Significant bipartisan changes in workforce development are being debated in the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (H.R. 5587) and other opportunities for at promise students will result from the passage of the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2017. Learn from congressional staff about how these laws evolved and what they mean for opportunity youth in the coming years. This is an unprecedented opportunity to gain an inside view of national policy development and to begin your analysis of how to position your schools, programs and students to take advantage of emerging trends and policies.
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