April 18, 2018
April is Financial Capability Month. To help mark this occasion, two students offer their perspectives on their very different experiences in obtaining financial education.
April 17, 2018
After three devastating hurricanes struck the Caribbean, the Department of Education undertook a series of actions to support the U.S. Virgin Islands through their recovery process. As part of that effort, ED staff committed to travelling to the Islands to provide resources, assistance, and expertise.
April 10, 2018
Working as a Financial Aid Counselor, families often ask me how they can pay for college. More often than not this conversation takes place during the student’s senior year in high school. As a first-generation college student, there are things I wish my family and I had known to help us save on our college bill. These are a few things that families can do to help cut the cost of college:
April 6, 2018
Over the past several weeks there has been much discussion around how school discipline policies can ensure a safe and supportive climate where children can learn. While there are many different approaches, everyone agrees that discrimination against any student is abhorrent and wrong.
April 4, 2018
Note: April is National Financial Capability Month.
March 28, 2018Educators: Add “Adaptable Skills” to the Educational Mix; Advice From Advanced Placement Capstone Students
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March 22, 2018
Last week, nearly 70 students from four states visited the U.S.
March 16, 2018
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March 12, 2018ED Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships Announces MLK Jr. Drum Major Innovative Service Award
February 28, 2018
“I was an FFA member back in the day” … “Some of my greatest memories are as a student in a rural setting” … “We believe in the future of agriculture and in students like you. Comments like these were common from White House Staff, business leaders and attendees at the White House’s Rural Economic