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Short Titles as Introduced

Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education Act

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A bill to reauthorize mandatory funding programs for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions.

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05/02/2019Introduced in Senate

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05/02/2019Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.
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Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions05/02/2019 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (05/02/2019)

Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education Act or the FUTURE Act

This bill extends through FY2021 and revises mandatory funding programs for historically black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions, including by allocating a portion of the funding for grants to predominantly black institutions for programs in (1) science, technology, engineering, or mathematics; (2) health education; (3) internationalization or globalization; (4) teacher preparation; or (5) improving educational outcomes of African-American males.