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Bill Johnson's Public Statements on Issue: K-12 Education

Office: U.S. House (OH) - District 6, Republican

On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House (OH) - District 6

Date Title
08/05/2020 Johnson Leads Letter on Child Transmission of COVID-19 Letter sent to HHS Secretary Alex Azar; also signed by Reps. Gonzalez, Latta
07/06/2020 O'Halleran Introduces Legislation to Connect Students and Families with Computers
01/31/2016 Philadelphia Times Leader - Best Education Decisions Begin at the Local Level
07/31/2015 Letter to Assistant Secretary Yudin, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services - Clarify Current Law on Dyslexia Resources
07/08/2015 Johnson Votes to Return Control of Education Policy to Individual States
03/12/2015 New Philadelphia Times Reporter: Johnson Addresses Group about State Public Education concerns
03/12/2015 Marietta Times: Q&A at Warren with Congressman
03/10/2015 Huntington Herald-Dispatch: Johnson visits Early Childhood Center
02/24/2015 Lisbon Morning Journal: Lawmaker visits Southern, Utica Academy
02/23/2015 WTRF: U.S. Congressman Bill Johnson Visits Local Classrooms
01/30/2015 Bill Johnson Announces 2015 Congressional Art Competition for Eastern and Southeastern Ohio High School Students
01/02/2015 Carrollton Free Press Standard Congressman Johnson presents Flag to Christian Academy students: Congressman Johnson presents Flag to Christian Academy students
08/22/2014 Johnson Visits Fairland High
04/04/2014 Letter to Jack Kingston, Chairman, and Rosa Delauro, Ranking Member, of the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies of the House Appropriations Committee - Funding for Common Core
11/20/2013 Letter to Arne Duncan, Secretary of Education - Pushback Against Common Core
08/07/2013 Marietta Times - Congressman Talks About Common Core
07/19/2013 Bill Johnson Votes for the Student Success Act
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