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These catalyzed the 1994 Improving America’s Schools Act , which considerably revised the original ESEA. The IASA tried to coordinate federal resources and insurance policies with the preexisting efforts at the state and local levels to improve instruction for all students. This reform made three major adjustments to Title I. It added math and reading/language arts standards for use to evaluate pupil progress and provide accountability. It lowered the brink … Read More

Luxury Travel Market Critical Analysis with Expert Opinion: Travcoa, Zicasso, Backroads

Edison, NJ — (SBWIRE) — 10/13/2020 — The latest update of Global Luxury Travel Market study provides comprehensive information on the development activities by industry players, growth opportunities and market sizing for Luxury Travel, complete with analysis by key segments, leading and emerging players, and geographies. The 120 page study covers the detailed business overview of each profiled players, its complete research and market development history with latest news and

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Opinion: Rapid tests must be implemented to save travel industry

Simply wishing that COVID-19 will go away by summer of 2021 will not make it so. No vaccine, even if soon developed and found to be safe and effective, will have been widely enough administered in time. Continued reluctance of the public to travel by air may well devastate the industry, sending some carriers into bankruptcy.

The Transportation Security Administration reports that air travel remains only one-quarter of same-day travel

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Bringing rich, aloof Congress critter down to earth | Opinion

Some people who get elected to Congress grow in office; others just bloat. Rep. Michael McCaul is a bloater.

A self-absorbed, right-wing Trumpeteer, this Texas lawmaker is about the richest guy in the U.S. House, wallowing in some estimated $113 million in personal wealth. McCaul made his money the old-fashioned way: He married it. His wife inherited a fortune, so — with no need to work for a living —

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HIGHTOWER: Bringing a Congress critter down to Earth | Opinion

Some people who get elected to Congress grow in office; others just bloat. Rep. Michael McCaul is a bloater.

A self-absorbed, right-wing Trumpeteer, this Texas lawmaker is about the richest guy in the U.S. House, wallowing in some estimated $113 million in personal wealth. McCaul made his money the old-fashioned way: He married it. His wife inherited a fortune, so – with no need to work for a living –

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PA Bus Association supports Congress’s efforts to help buses | Opinion

In July, bipartisan bills, known as the Coronavirus Economic Relief for Transportation Services Act (CERTS Act), were introduced in the U.S. Senate (S.4150) and U.S. House of Representatives (H.R.7642). If enacted, CERTS would provide $10 billion in economic relief for over-the-road buses, including the private motorcoach, tour and charter industry. The $10 billion would be used to provide grants and other forms of emergency assistance with at least half of

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For airlines, a focus on ‘getting back to 2019 ‘ ignores reality | Opinion

There are few more commonly asked questions in the airline industry today than “when will we be back to 2019 levels of demand and revenue?”

As with many coronavirus crisis-related discussions – involving airlines or otherwise – it is tempting to focus on getting back to how things were, even at the cost of considering that some changes might be for the better.

For airlines, estimates of when that return

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