Providing All Students Access to Great Educators

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Link to New Initiative to Provide All Students Access to Great Educators Blog Post
The Department announces the launch of the Excellent Educators for All Initiative to help states and school districts support great educators for the students who need them most.

Six States Granted ESEA Flexibility Extensions

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Link to Press Release
Twenty-nine states have requested one-year extensions for flexibility from certain provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), also known as No Child Left Behind. ED approved six extensions and anticipates approving additional requests over the next several weeks on a rolling basis.

Which Colleges Have the Highest and Lowest Tuition?

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Link to Which Colleges Have the Highest and Lowest Tuition? press release
The Department of Education updated the lists of colleges with the highest and lowest tuition and net price. Visit the College Affordability and Transparency Center website to check out the lists.

Bridging the Word Gap

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Link to Bridging the Word Gap blog post
By age three, children from low-income families hear about 30 million fewer total words than their peers from higher-income families. An initiative to bridge this "word gap" aims to improve school readiness and long-term educational outcomes for our nation's children.
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Navigate the financial aid process and make informed decisions about paying for college.
Link to Budget 2015 Information
The 2015 budget request reflects the President's strong belief that education is a vital investment in the nation's economic competitiveness and in its communities.
Link to Free Feature UV Safety Month
Help kids stay healthy this summer by ensuring they have adequate protection from the sun, with information to remain safe from the Centers for Disease Control, the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Institutes of Health, and more in the Federal Registry for Educational Excellence (FREE).