September 15, 2022
“I know you’re all going to have a wonderful day of learning.” Deputy Secretary Cindy Marten said as she finished the morning announcements at Idlewild Elementary School in Charlotte, North Carolina, helping ED kick off the Road to Success Back to School Bus Tour. The schedule for Monday was packed; four stops in one day!
September 15, 2022Department Awards Over $7 Million to Eight Organizations to Highlight Parent Voices and Support Families Informing Student Development and Academic Recovery
Today, the U.S. Department of Education announced awards totaling over $7 million to eight statewide organizations under the 2022 Competitive Grants for the Statewide Family Engagement Centers (SFEC) program, underscoring the Biden-Harris Administration's ongoing efforts to enhance and increase parent and family engagement in local education.
September 15, 2022U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona Wraps Up Road to Success Back to School Bus Tour with Rep. Donald Norcross in New Jersey
On Friday, Sept. 16, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona will wrap up the Road to Success Back to School Bus Tour in New Jersey. The week-long, multi-state road trip is showcasing the many ways school communities are helping students recover and thrive, putting them on the road to success
September 15, 2022U.S. Department of Education Awards Project SERV Grants to Tougaloo College and Fayetteville State University
Today, the U.S.
September 14, 2022
By: Cori Walls, International Baccalaureate film & Digital Video Production teacher for Palm Beach County School District in Delray Beach, FL Why is it that so many films have a backstory of a child losing a parent? Or that many superheroes are vindicating the death of their parents? This is where art is the reality for
September 14, 2022U.S. Department of Education Announces Nearly $5.8 Million of Bipartisan Safer Communities Act Funding for West Virginia as Part of Continued Efforts to Address Youth Mental Health Crisis
As our nation’s children and youth head back to school, the Biden-Harris Administration remains committed to supporting their mental health needs. Even before the pandemic, rates of depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts among youth were on the rise.
September 13, 2022U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona Continues Road to Success Back to School Bus Tour in Pennsylvania with Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff
On Thursday, September 15, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona alongside Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff will continue the Road to Success Back to School Bus Tour in Pennsylvania. The week-long, multi-state road trip will showcase the many ways school communities are helping students recover and thrive – putting them on the road to success.
September 13, 2022Secretary Cardona's Remarks at The North Carolina A&T State University Pep Rally with the First Lady, Greensboro, NC
Thank you, Chancellor Martin.
And thank you to our First Lady, Dr. Biden. As an educator, let me tell you: it makes a difference to know we have an educator in the White House. Thank you for all you're doing to elevate teaching and support teachers of color.
Now, first things first: can I get an AGGIE PRIDE??
September 13, 2022Secretary Cardona's Remarks at the Special Olympics Unified Champion School Banner Announcement at Oak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary School, Richmond, VA
Thank you: Principal Smith, Superintendent Kamras, President Thomason, Dr. Harris-Muhammad, distinguished guests.
And special appreciation to Emanuel Wright-Anthony, who is doing an amazing job as emcee. And thanks to the entire Oak Grove-Bellemeade community for your warm welcome.
We're here today because you're doing something right.
September 13, 2022
Today, the U.S. Department of Education is announcing an additional $2.5 million investment to centers that serve a critical role for parents and families of students with disabilities across the nation.