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Grants.gov 13h
Just Posted 📌 The Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program is designed to effect long-range improvement in 🔬📐science and engineering at predominantly minority institutions -
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🏅 Emma Hargreaves ⭐️ Old Town, Maine 🏫 Old Town High School
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🏅 Stanley Rozenblit ⭐️ South Bend, Indiana 🏫 John Adams High School
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🏅 Dyuti Dawn ⭐️ Fargo, North Dakota 🏫 Davies High School
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One simple and fun way to prevent the is picking up a great book and getting lost in an adventure.
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 18
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🏅 Lauren Yang ⭐️ Sugar Land, Texas 🏫 Dulles High School
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🏅 Edwin Bodoni ⭐️ Englewood, Colorado 🏫 Cherry Creek High School
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🏅 Anthony Bishara ⭐️ Jersey City, New Jersey 🏫 Dr. Ronald E. McNair Academic High School
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 17
It’s not uncommon for students to forget some of what they’ve learned over the summer months. It’s called the . Luckily, there are many ways you can help young learners stay connected to the skills they acquire throughout the school year.
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🏅 Jordan Barton ⭐️ Andrews, Texas 🏫 Andrews High School
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🏅 Namitha Alexander ⭐️ Brookfield, Wisconsin 🏫 Brookfield East High School
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 17
This week, we're recognizing some of the 161 outstanding 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars. These graduating seniors are celebrated for their success in academics, arts, and CTE. 🎉 Stay tuned to this thread to follow along with the stories of our scholars. ⬇️
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 16
To all the dads: we’re thankful for your love, support, and the lessons you’ve taught. Happy !
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Ivanka Trump Jun 14
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▪️This month granted 5 M to states for bonds targeted to hiring “ex-offenders” ▪️ this summer will host 8 city tours to highlight opportunities in the energy field ▪️ launched Second Chance Pell Grants to support ed programs for those in prison
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 14
Practice goal setting this summer: Help young learners set goals for each week of summer break. Check them off as they accomplish their goals and celebrate their success! ✅🎉
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NCES Jun 14
POP QUIZ! Test your knowledge this ! In what year did the United States adopt the iconic red, white, and blue flag?
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Teach to Lead Jun 14
Flag Day is a day to honor and learn about the American flag’s colorful history! Check out these activities and resources about evolution of the “Stars and Stripes”!
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 11
Yesterday, astronaut, , visited – D.C.’s first public all-girls school. She led an inspiring discussion with the students about her mission aboard the , and more importantly, how girls can get involved in . 🚀👩‍🔬🧪
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 13
DYK? programs can equip students w/skills that meet the needs of employers w/o the burden of student debt. They can also provide more career pathways and post-secondary opportunities & help students become workforce ready. More from :
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U.S. Department of Education Jun 12
It’s not uncommon for students to forget some of what they’ve learned or fall out of practice over the summer months. It's called the . Luckily, there are many ways you can help young learners stay connected to the skills they acquire throughout the school year.
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