In a recent article examining the future of the Senate’s bid to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Education Week quoted Penn Hill Group Principal Vic Klatt:
Some political analysts see the potential for the ESEA legislation to hit President Barack Obama’s desk before December 2012.
“There are not huge policy differences on the major issues” among Senate lawmakers, said Vic Klatt, a longtime aide to Republicans on the House education committee who now serves as a principal at Penn Hill Group, a government-relations firm in Washington. “You can see a path to getting this bill done within this [session of Congress]. The question is whether they can work out the politics.”
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