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US Dept of Education 9h
Open enrollment policies make it possible for parents to choose traditional public schools that are outside their zone or district. What does open enrollment look like in your state? Find out ➡️
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US Dept of Education 10h
Replying to @HSVAchievement
in action ➡ Davian came to as a sophomore, 6 years behind in reading comprehension. In one semester he has already seen tremendous improvement and is on the path to being back on track. He plans to pursue a career in physical therapy.
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US Dept of Education 10h
This morning, Scott Stump, Assistant Secretary for OCTAE, kicked off by meeting with students in Huntsville, AL to hear how has helped meet their individual education needs.
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US Dept of Education 11h
Despite his diagnosis of spastic cerebral palsy, Trevor was determined to let nothing get in the way of his academic success. An educational experience tailored to his individual needs helped rekindle his passion for learning.
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US Dept of Education 12h
International surveys rank the US 24th in reading, 25th in science, 40th in math. These numbers are not a result of incapable children. They are consequences of the limitations imposed by a largely one-sized fits all approach to education.
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US Dept of Education 13h
Private schools are a option in all 50 states. While private schools charge tuition, there are opportunities and programs that provide tuition assistance. Learn more about the scholarship programs available in your state:
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US Dept of Education 15h
? Charter schools are public schools & are not allowed to charge tuition. They are created by school districts, colleges, nonprofit organizations, or other entities and have flexibility in determining many of their policies/practices.
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US Dept of Education Jan 21
Throughout the week, schools, organizations, community groups, and local chambers of commerce are hosting more than 40,000 events! 🙌 Here's how to find an event near you:
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US Dept of Education Jan 21
This week, the Department of Education and will celebrate and raise public awareness of the different K-12 education options available to families.
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US Dept of Education Jan 21
"The function of education...is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically." – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Federal Student Aid Jan 18
Need to know your student aid deadlines? We can help with that.
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
WATCH LIVE NOW ➡️ Faith-Based Entities Subcommittee, Afternoon Session:
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
WATCH LIVE NOW ➡️ TEACH Grants Subcommittee, Afernoon Session:
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
WATCH LIVE NOW ➡️ Distance Learning and Educational Innovation Subcommittee, Afternoon Session:
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
Ready for ? Learn more about the warning signs that may indicate a student is impacted by opioids, alcohol and/or other substance abuse – and the strategies to support them.
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
WATCH LIVE NOW ➡️ Faith-Based Entities Subcommittee, Morning Session:
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
WATCH LIVE NOW ➡️ TEACH Grants Subcommittee, Morning Session:
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US Dept of Education Jan 18
WATCH LIVE NOW ➡️ Distance Learning and Educational Innovation Subcommittee, Morning Session:
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Federal Student Aid Jan 17
TIP: College costs include more than tuition and room and board. Here are some common costs to be aware of:
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US Dept of Education Jan 17
Micah was struggling to succeed in an assigned neighborhood school. Today, thanks to personalized support that met his unique needs, right when he needed it most – Micah is attending community college, doing well, & excited about the future.
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