Back To The Hill For Stroup?

We already knew Sally Stroup was leaving the Department. Now it appears she might go back to the Hill: "Stroup, a former House education committee staff member, is widely believed to be planning to return to Capitol Hill to help lead this year's effort to renew the law governing most federal student-aid programs." From the Chronicle.


Blogger Alexander Russo said...

apparently it's true -- stroup and klatt are headed back. yikes.

"Vic Klatt and Sally Stroup will serve as staff director and deputy staff director respectively for new Education and the Workforce Chairman McKeon, the panel announced today. Klatt, a former policy coordinator for the committee, is currently vice president of Van Scoyoc Associates. Prior to his tenure at the panel, Klatt served as deputy assistant secretary for congressional affairs at the Education Department under President George H.W. Bush. Stroup has been assistant secretary for postsecondary education at the department since March 2002, where she has been principal adviser to Education Secretary Spellings on higher education. Prior to working at the Education Department, Stroup was director of industry and government affairs for the Apollo Group, and from 1993-2001, she served as a staffer for the Education and the Workforce Committee. Klatt will begin his position April 3, with Stroup beginning her work at the panel April 24."

thanks to kevin k. for passing this along from the national journal

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