Education & Students
My father went to school on the GI bill. I was able to attend college because my parents scrimped and saved, and had a partner in the government. Our nation has a long tradition of investing in the education of our children and young people because that investment is crucial to our country’s economy.
In the last decade, college tuition has skyrocketed at universities and colleges across the country. This places an even greater burden on middle class families. Families are no longer sure that sending their children to college is worth the investment. That’s not good.
With student loan rates on the rise, this dream of attending college is slipping away for too many students. The out-of-control cost of college has forced the vast majority of New York's students to take out ballooning college loans. Despite congressional Republican efforts to dismantle the Higher Education Act, I'm working hard to reduce college students' crippling debt and make it easier - not harder - for young folks to get the education they need to succeed in this competitive, 21st century economy.
For more information concerning my work and views on Education, please contact me.
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Prospective Students Invited to Apply by October 31st
Newburgh, NY – Today, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced that his office is now accepting applications from students interested in attending one of our nation’s service academies. Prospective students must submit their applications by Thursday, October 31, 2019.
Maloney Votes to Support Hudson Valley Farmers, Veterans, and Families in House-Passed Funding Bill
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) helped pass a package of bills funding several government departments and agencies, many of which directly impact Hudson Valley farmers, veterans, workers, and families.
Maloney Highlights Wins for Hudson Valley Students and Families in House-Passed Appropriations Packages
Katonah, NY – Today, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced a $50,000 grant for the Katonah Museum of Art, awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ Inspire! Grants for Small Museums initiative. The grant will help fund the Katonah Art Museum’s arts-based bilingual outreach program to support school readiness for Spanish and English speaking children and parents.
Newburgh, NY – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) today announced a $605,000 award from the Dyson Foundation for the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum (MHCM) in Poughkeepsie. The award will go toward the acquisition of new land to build a hands-on science center focused on interactive and inquiry-based STEM learning. In January, Rep. Maloney wrote to the Dyson Foundation in support of MHCM’s grant application.
Newburgh, NY – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced a federal investment of more than $2.2 million for Head Start of Eastern Orange County, Inc. This investment will support Early Learning and Head Start programs that provide education and development services for low-income children. Since joining Congress, Rep. Maloney has announced more than $8.5 million in federal Health and Human Services (HHS) investments for Head Start programs in Orange County alone.
WASHINGTON —Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) delivered more than 200 letters on gun violence in schools from Hudson Valley students to House Speaker Paul Ryan. Rep. Maloney launched the campaign following the shooting in Parkland, Florida and the formation of a new student movement against gun violence. The campaign invited Hudson Valley students to voice their concerns, offer suggestions, and ask questions about the status of gun safety efforts in Congress.
WASHINGTON – As women still earn less than men nationally, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced his expanded agenda to “Increase Economic Opportunities for Women.” Maloney first introduced his seven-point agenda for improving economic opportunity for women in 2014, and this year’s agenda includes a larger role for sexual assault prevention. Equal Pay Day is the symbolic day when women's average earnings catch up to men's earnings from the previous year.