Every young person deserves to have access to a high-quality education that equips them with the skills and knowledge they need to achieve their full potential. And our educators are owed our gratitude, respect and most importantly the resources and support they need to set our students down a path to success.

Joe has a proven track record of delivering the resources and support our schools and students need to succeed. In Congress, Joe is fighting for full and equitable funding of our schools, to advance solutions that will close the achievement gap, and to ensure that we are providing our children with an education that opens the door to a four-year degree or a living-wage job opportunity.

In Congress, Joe has co-sponsored the following legislation:

HR 865 Rebuild Americas Schools Act
Would invest $100 billion in public schools, improve educational equity, and better learning and working conditions for students and teachers in every state.

HR 2653 Safe Schools Improvement Program
Would help schools improve anti-bullying and anti-harassment initiatives as well as develop and implement programs to reduce student trauma.

HR 2639 Strength in Diversity Act
Would authorize $120 million in grants to support new and expand voluntary community-driven strategies to increase diversity in schools.

HR 3808 Teacher Education for Computer Science Act
Would develop a stronger pipeline of primary education computer science teachers by promoting computer science education in colleges and universities.

HR 2831 The BUILDS Act
Would provide the Department of Labor grants that would bring together local businesses, industry organizations, and educational institutions to support workforce training programs in infrastructure-industry jobs.

H Res 119 The National Career and Technical Education Month Resolution
Expresses support for Career and Technical Education programs that equip students with the skills needed to obtain employment and close the skills gap.

HR 4301 The School Shooting and Safety Act
Would require the Secretary of Education, consultation with the Attorney General and Secretary of Health and Human Services, to publish an annual report on the indicators of school crime and safety that includes data on school shootings.