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US Dept of Education 3h
Questions about Scholarships? #4 may surprise you! 😮
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Federal Student Aid 22h
🚨SCAM WATCH🚨 From a prince looking to “transfer” funds to fake music festivals, fraud has evolved. Beware of fake student debt relief companies and learn how to spot a scam here 🕵️:
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US Dept of Education Mar 19
. MYTH ➡️ My parents make too much money, so I won’t qualify for any aid. FACT ➡️ The reality is there’s no income cut-off to qualify for federal student aid. Most people qualify for some type of financial aid.
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NCES Mar 19
Enrollment of students who are 35 years old & over in degree-granting institutions ↑ 8% between 2000 and 2016; & is projected to ↑ 3% between 2016 and 2027. What about other age groups? Find out:
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The White House Mar 18
High-quality training for high-demand fields. Pathways to finish school faster. Tools for career success without the crushing loan debt. We can bring down the cost of higher education—and raise the return on investment.
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Betsy DeVos Mar 18
The Higher ed reform principles released w/ today --simplifying loan repayment, Pell expansion, streamlining FAFSA -- are common-sense, bipartisan reforms that should be passed right away. Our students are waiting!
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Betsy DeVos Mar 18
Must-read from : “The 'best' ed in America is always purchased...occasionally w/ tuition, more often w/ a mortgage.” All students, not just those whose families can buy their way in to the “right” district, should have access to a great education.
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Melania Trump Mar 18
A productive & successful morning at the . Thank you to all who take part in the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs. I'm looking forward to our continued work together!
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US Dept of Education Mar 18
Finding ways to make the reading experience fun for kids can influence their reading success. Here are 5 easy ways to engage young readers at home. 👇
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U.S. Commerce Dept. Mar 18
NEW Blog: New Data Tools Connect American Workers to Education and Job Opportunities
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US Dept of Education Mar 18
Denisha was on the road to becoming just another statistic, but then a Florida Tax Credit Scholarship changed everything.
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US Dept of Education Mar 15
Scholarships can expand students’ access to educational opportunities in more ways than you might think. 💯
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US Dept of Education Mar 15
? Scholarships can empower children with disabilities and their families to access individualized learning opportunities, while relieving some of the financial pressure many experience. More on how EFS can expand special ed options ➡️
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US Dept of Education Mar 14
Agricultural education and have long been essential parts of our nation’s system. The 2018-19 National FFA officer team offers us a closer look at the agricultural ed experience.
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Betsy DeVos Mar 14
Teachers deserve to be respected as the professionals they are and given the freedom to pursue their own professional development in the ways that pique their interests and hone their talents. Teacher voucher funding in 's 2020 budget will do just that. Learn more:
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US Dept of Education Mar 14
Celebrating in your classroom? Easy as . 🥧 TEACHERS: We think you'll love these “Pi in the Sky” math challenges from 👇
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US Dept of Education Mar 14
Using in your math calculations? 🥧 Your palms sweat, your stomach clenches, you may feel apprehensive or tense. 😰 Math anxiety: it’s a thing! Luckily, how educators communicate about math can help put students at ease.
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NASA Mar 14
Pi is the Swiss Army knife of numbers. No matter how big or small a circle — from the size of our universe all the way down to an atom — the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter is always pi. Check out these 10 ways to celebrate w/ us:
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City Journal Mar 13
Rather than establishing a new national program, 's Education Freedom Scholarships proposal would provide a dollar-for-dollar federal tax credit for individual and corporate donations to state-based nonprofits that give scholarships.
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US Dept of Education Mar 13
MYTH ➡️ Scholarships will hurt public schools. FACT ➡️ States can design their programs to work hand-in-hand with existing public education options to enhance individual students’ education experiences, not replace them.
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