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U.S. Department of Education

A cabinet-level body of the U.S. federal government responsible for establishing and implementing policies related to federal funding and other assistance for education. It also is charged with enforcing civil rights as they relate to education. The department was established in 1980.
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Department of Education funds $100 million in grants for mathematics and science partnerships.
* Simplified Needs Test eligibility requirements are eased for students and parents already receiving benefits from a non-Title IV means-tested mandatory spending federal benefit program (including food stamps, the school lunch program, SSI, TANF, WIC, and other programs identified by the Department of Education).
The Schools Register of Needs Survey has indicated, however, that clusters of schools in South Africa are located in either the metropolitan areas or in the former homelands and self-governing states (South Africa Department of Education, 1997, p.
One reason the Department of Education is so upset with Utah might be that they view Dayton and her bill as starting a "national rebellion." But Dayton said that wasn't her intention at all.
Borrowers have 270 days of nonpayment before their loan goes into default, according to the Department of Education. If the loan holder can't recoup its money, it may then decide to use an outside agency to try to collect the money.
Department of Education. Federal employees who oversee the public school choice program initially suggested funding for 10 programs, basing their decision on recommendations from peer reviewers.
Principal Una Kennedy said: "Because Dee does not hold a B.Ed degree, the Department of Education is refusing to sanction a permanent post for her.
For several years, its department of education has been putting together "turn-around teams" of highly trained veteran teachers, and administrators to go into the state's worst-performing schools and make necessary changes.
District Court, Western District of New York, for his role in allegedly defrauding the Department of Education of over $160,000 by submitting fraudulent student loan applications in the name of his mother and brother.
Department of Education has announced that nine states will share $15 million in grants to conduct rigorous scientific evaluations of how technology impacts student achievement in elementary and secondary education.
Department of Education also have declared DARE ineffective.
The scrutiny started during the summer with the announcement that Harvey Milk High, which has existed on a limited scale since 1984, would grow to accommodate 170 students thanks to an influx of $3.2 million from the city's Department of Education. Critics portrayed the school as one that was undeservedly provided "special treatment" during a budget crisis when funding for other education programs are being cut.

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