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From a hydroponics lab at George Washington High School to Sparky's Cafe at St. Albans High School, students are giving Assistant Secretary Scott Stump, Office of Career, Technical & Adult Education, a "taste" of what WV schools have to offer!
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Secretary Betsy DeVos 5h
Scholarships aren’t about picking a school building. That’s thinking too small. Instead, think about unleashing thousands of not yet imagined ways for students of all ages to learn.
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Joi Taylor, a Voices for Choice fellow, shares how Scholarships could offer students an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty within their community. WATCH NOW ⬇️
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Federal Student Aid Sep 18
Are you prepared to fill out your 2020–21 FAFSA form on Oct. 1?
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Secretary Betsy DeVos 20h
The is a hidden gem in Traverse City. It provides innovative hands-on career training for students of all ages looking to enter the maritime industry. I even tried my hand at learning to steer a barge down the Detroit River on their mission bridge simulator.
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 19
This week I had the privilege of visiting the grounds of with Pennsylvania-area homeschool families for an impactful out-of-the-classroom learning experience. What an amazing way for these students to learn about this critical moment in our nation’s history.
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U.S. Department of Education Sep 19
Denisha was on the road to becoming just another statistic, but then a Florida Tax Credit Scholarship changed everything.
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 19
At in Cleveland, formerly incarcerated men and women seize the opportunity to learn new skills in growing, in-demand fields like hospitality management and the culinary arts. I saw firsthand what a transformative impact this program has on its students.
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 19
Replying to @BetsyDeVosED
This Q&A makes clear what the law says and will serve as a resource to families, IEP teams, and state VR agencies as they continue to collaborate and find ways to increase postsecondary opportunities — and success — for students and youth with disabilities. (2/2)
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 19
All students deserve the freedom to pursue an education that is challenging and allows them to reach their full potential. (1/2)
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U.S. Department of Education Sep 19
Moving every 2 years would typically mean switching schools every 2 years. Homeschooling has provided this military family with a quality education, easier academic transitions, and more freedom and flexibility to accommodate their mobile military lifestyle.
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 18
I had a great tour at & their Manufacturing Technology Center! Students here learn hands-on skills for in-demand, high-wage jobs – preparing them for success post-graduation. Students even shared some of their projects with me – including this handmade guitar!
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U.S. Department of Education Sep 18
These are the faces of . They are students. They are parents. They are teachers. These are their stories ⬇️
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Johnny Collett Sep 18
Replying to @JCollettOSERS
I had the opportunity to see the Plaza Academy’s classrooms, including a music production studio where two students performed original pieces about their education.
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Johnny Collett Sep 18
Replying to @usedgov
Plaza Academy Exec. Director Ward Worley took me on a school tour where I met with students and staff to discuss their experiences and the school’s approach to creating what they refer to as an ownership-based environment designed to empower their learners.
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Elsie Arntzen Sep 18
Thank you Deputy Secretary Zais and for visiting Montana this week to see firsthand our innovative approaches to education!
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 18
Everyone—no matter their age—needs the freedom to learn, to grow, to pursue their passions, to use their talents, and to achieve their fullest potential.
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U.S. Department of Education Sep 18
? Approximately 3.3 million students are expected to graduate from public high schools this academic year. Check out more stats from :
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U.S. Department of Education Sep 18
“You deserve a choice to create the future that you see for yourself. And that future usually starts with a quality education.” 👏👏 YES!
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Secretary Betsy DeVos Sep 18
This season over 56 million K-12 students and 3.7 million teachers headed back to school across America. We’re celebrating those students, teachers, faculty, and staff today by bringing our to Ohio and Pennsylvania!
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