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Partly cloudy and windy. High near 60F. Winds S at 20 to 30 mph. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph.
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Scattered thunderstorms in the morning becoming more widespread in the afternoon. High near 65F. Winds SW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
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Cloudy with occasional rain...mainly in the morning. Much colder. High 43F. Winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near a half an inch.
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Congressman Cleaver Meets with School Superintendents in Raytown

Congressman Cleaver Meets with School Superintendents Regarding New Money for Teachers Meeting will examine plans for federal dollars allocated through H.R. 1586  

 Congressman Cleaver will meet with all Public School District Superintendents of Missouri’s Fifth District to discuss the Education Jobs and Medicaid Assistance Act. As you know, last week the President signed H.R. 1586 into law. The legislation will save or create 319,000 jobs, including 161,000 teacher jobs, and also discourages American corporations from shipping jobs overseas.

The legislation includes $10 billion to save teacher jobs and $16.1 billion in health assistance to the states. The bill is completely paid for.   

Under the bill, Missouri will receive an estimated $189 million in emergency education funding.  It is estimated that 3,300 Missouri teacher jobs would be saved by this funding.
The legislation uses the same formula to distribute the education funds to states as was used in the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund under the Recovery Act. The formula allocates funds based on each state’s relative population of individuals ages 5 to 24 and of each state’s share of the total population. Governors will distribute funds to districts using the state’s primary funding formulae for K-12 education or each district’s share of Title I. Once the bill is enacted, Governors will be required to tell local school districts which formula they plan to use to allocate the funds to ensure districts can plan immediately to hire back staff.  

WHO: Congressman Cleaver, II and Missouri Fifth District Superintendents

WHAT: Meeting to discuss new federal money for teachers

WHEN: 11:00 am, August 18, 2010

WHERE: Raytown School District Building, Board Room, 6608 Raytown Road, Raytown, MO 64133

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