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US Dept of Education May 25
DYK? For 14 years we have been hosting student art exhibits here at ED. Our most recent art opening featured a coed 20-voice chorus, a 33-piece middle school jazz group, and 85 pieces of artwork from students at .
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USDA Nutrition May 24
Raise students’ awareness of where foods come from with a
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Federal Student Aid May 24
STUDENTS: See if you qualify for the Pell Grant—and if you do, find out how much money you could get.
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OSERS May 23
Interested in earning a certificate in vocational rehabilitation performance evaluation and quality assurance? Find out more about the program and application process:
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Betsy DeVos May 22
There's no one more important to a student's education than a great teacher. Great teachers need to be supported, should be better compensated and should be treated as professionals. The current system force fits educators into a box that gives them little opportunity for growth.
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Betsy DeVos May 22
At the Department of Education, we're working on solutions that empower parents, students and teachers: 🏫Increasing school safety 📜Reviewing old, outdated regulations that limit opportunities 👩🏼‍🎓Ensuring the fair treatment of students 💳Modernizing Federal Student Aid
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Betsy DeVos May 22
Our commitment to every student's success is one we must renew every day, but first we must ensure our children are safe at school. The Federal Commission on School Safety is focused on identifying and elevating practical solutions to protect our nation's students and educators.
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US Dept of Education May 22
We are excited to announce our partnership with in launching the “She Can” Summer Camp! This program will help 6-8th grade girls explore the possibilities that a future career in and aviation can hold. ✈️
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US Dept of Education May 21
We recognize that a strong foundation in and is a critical way we can ensure our young learners are prepared for the jobs of today and the jobs of the future. Learn more about ED’s newest K-12 and grant competitions:
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HHS.gov May 18
It’s normal to feel grief & sadness after the traumatic events at Santa Fe High School in Texas. If you need to talk, offers counseling, support and resources on ways to cope during this time
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Betsy DeVos May 18
My heart is broken and my prayers are with the students, parents, faculty and first responders at Santa Fe High School. The work of the Federal Commission on School Safety remains urgent. This trend cannot continue. Our nation must come together to keep our students safe.
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Federal Student Aid May 17
If you graduated college with student loan debt, we're here to help. Check out these repayment tips:
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US Dept of Education May 17
Healthy students are better learners. Students who use drugs have a higher risk of failing or dropping out of school.
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US Dept of Education May 17
Today, our Office for Civil Rights announced a new technical assistance initiative to assist schools, districts, state education agencies, libraries, colleges & universities in making their websites and online programs accessible to everyone.
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US Dept of Education May 17
How do addiction and withdrawal affect the body’s many systems? Help middle school students examine the facts with these digital resources from and .
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Betsy DeVos May 16
Excited to have Gen. Mick Zais joining the team as Deputy Secretary of Education. His experience in higher education and leading schools in South Carolina has uniquely equipped him to serve students as we work to expand educational opportunities across the country.
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US Dept of Education May 16
How can you, as a parent or caregiver, help support your child and stop the deadly cycle of heroin use and pill misuse? Learning to recognize the warning signs and establishing open lines of communication are a great place to start.
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US Dept of Education May 16
Ending the begins with education. Empower students in grades 3-12 with the facts about safe medication use and the science of opioids with these resources from and :
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US Dept of Education May 16
Prescription medication can be dangerous if taken the wrong way. The most commonly misused prescription medications today are opioids.
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US Dept of Education May 15
Equip your child with the skills to avoid participating in high-risk behaviors. Learn more about refusal skills and how you can help your child gain confidence to remove themselves from uncomfortable environments.
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