September 30, 2021
Good morning, Chair Murray and Ranking Member Burr.
I’m honored to be alongside my colleague and friend, Secretary Becerra, speaking about the critical work of safely reopening our nation’s schools for in-person learning.
August 4, 2021
Thank you, Mayor Scott, not only for your kind introduction, but for the work you and the city have done on behalf of the students and residents here in Baltimore.
In partnership with your schools, the medical health system and the health department, the City of Baltimore is an example of the type of leadership it's going to take to not only get through this pandemic but to thrive on the other side.
July 28, 2021
Welcome to this year's EducationUSA Forum. Let me begin by acknowledging the hard work done over the past 16 months at colleges and universities, K-12 schools, and other educational institutions across the United States.
June 24, 2021
Good morning Chair Scott, Ranking Member Foxx, and distinguished members of the Committee.
June 22, 2021
Following are the prepared remarks by U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, pre-recorded for the first installment of the Department of Education’s Educational Equity Summit Series.
The Summit will be held at 1:00 PM EDT today, June 22, 2021***
June 16, 2021
Good morning Chairwoman Murray, Ranking Member Blunt, and distinguished members of the Subcommittee.
May 10, 2021
Thank you, Dr. Katsouleas (PRONOUNCED: KAT-sue-lay-us), for that very kind introduction – and for all you do for this amazing institution. Both here and throughout your remarkable career, you’ve brought a visionary approach to an ever-changing educational landscape. I’ve gotten a chance to get to know you these past few years and appreciate all you do and who you are!
May 5, 2021
Good morning Chairwoman DeLauro, Ranking Member Cole, and distinguished members of the Subcommittee.
May 3, 2021
Nearly a month ago, I started this reopening tour at Tynan Elementary School in Boston, Massachusetts.
March 2, 2021
To our Nation's Parents and Students:
I write first, as your new Secretary of Education, to acknowledge the extraordinarily challenging year you've endured. Between the health crisis, economic hardship, staunch national division, and the struggle to make progress in learning while apart from teachers and peers, the impact of the pandemic is still very real and will be felt for years to come.