I am sure there are many educators that do apply and utilize the TEACH grant whether they incorporate it with regular ed students or spec ed students. Personally, one of my daughter's educators accessed the grant to gain access to technology for students who lacked fine motor skills to write (dysgraphia), and other students who couldn't speak so they could better participate within a classroom with regular ed students. Keep in mind this was a public school and the district as well as the spec ed director refused to comply with already existing C.F.R.'s (code of federal rules) to provide the needed technology for these students. Might add too, that 'access to technology' funds that were to be made available to students in this school were spent on administration and educators but NONE for students. I do not remember this educator complaining nor being bogged down nor offended to comply with accountability. As I not only volunteered within this classroom but I also worked with her on all the paperwork required via the grant, including assisting with designing data collection to show further accountability. Don't we all have to be accountable when we apply for a loan to purchase a house or car, our places of employment????? I clearly do not agree with Republican Kentucky Rep who proposed this let alone the other 13 Republican Representatives. Perhaps these southern boys and gals could come up with something far more fruitful that benefits our educators and their students than take a lame duck approach with their redundant 'repeal gavel'. As I notice reading the bill they've not been creative nor thought provoking in writing something that truly benefits our educators and their students to whom are all of our future.