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Promising Practices

Details: Pico/Lowell Neighborhood Education Project The Pico/Lowell Neighborhood Education Project is a community partnership which provides literacy training and English as a Second Language classes, promotes cross-cultural dialogue and eliminates local problems arising from cultural or …

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Educating America: An Investment for Our Future

Details: A quality education is a key determinant of an individual's future economic well-being and is a critical ingredient for this nation's future economic health and strength. The evidence on this score is overwhelming. The economic returns to education for America's …

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A-133 Compliance Supplement, Education

Details: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION . CROSS-CUTTING SECTION. INTRODUCTION. This section contains compliance requirements that apply to more than one Department of Education (ED) program either because the program was authorized under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), or the program is subject to the General Education Provisions Act (GEPA), or both.

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PRESIDENT CLINTON: HIGHLIGHTING HIS EDUCATION REFORM

Details: Yesterday, the House Education Committee passed a "reform" bill that eliminates after-school programs, abandons efforts to reduce class size, and fails to modernize a single school. The Senate's Education bill rolls back school reforms even more. The President urged Republicans to invest in proven reform strategies instead of promoting vouchers

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A Vision for the 21st Century

Details: Education: Largest Investment in Education in 30 Years. Making 13th & 14th Grades as Universal As High School-- making the first two years of college universally available for nearly six million students with the $1,500 HOPE Scholarship credits.

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Public Linkage, Dialogue, and Education Task Force Report

Details: Strengthened Education for Sustainability; Institute policy changes at the federal, state, and local levels to encourage equitable education for sustainability; develop, use, and expand access to information technologies in all educational settings; and encourage understanding about how local issues fit into state, national, and international contexts.

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A Vision for the 21st Century

Details: Education: Largest Investment in Education in 30 Years. Opening the Doors of College to All Americans. In 1997, President Clinton proposed and passed the HOPE Scholarships and Lifetime Learning tax credits to provide tax relief to nearly 13 million Americans each …

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Federal Programs and Resources for Women and Families

Details: Education. Federal Student Aid Information Center Provides information and applications for student loans, Federal Pell Grants and workstudy. 800-433-3243 www.fafsa.ed.gov. National School to Work, Learning and Information Center Implementing a School-to …

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A-133 Compliance Supplement, DOI

Details: The program is authorized by the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (ISDEAA), Public Law 93-638, as amended (25 USC 450 et seq.), Indian Education Amendments of 1978, Public Law 95-561 (25 USC 2001 et seq.), and Tribally Controlled Schools Act (25 USC 2501 et seq.). III. COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS

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Codification of Certain Governmentwide Grants Requirements

Details: Education: 34 CFR 80: 34 CFR 74: 34 CFR 85: 34 CFR 82: Energy: 10 CFR 600: 10 CFR 600: 10 CFR 1036: 10 CFR 601: Health & Human Services: 45 CFR 92: 45 CFR 74: 45 CFR 76: 45 CFR 93: Housing & Urban Development: 24 CFR 85: 24 CFR 84: 24 CFR 24: 24 CFR 87: Interior: 43 CFR 12: 43 CFR 12: 43 CFR 12: 43 CFR 18: Justice: 28 CFR 66: 28 CFR 70: 28 CFR

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Educational Attainment and Success in the New Economy: An

Details: the education gap between whites and native-born Hispanics has been narrowing. In contrast, the gap in average education between whites and immigrant Hispanics has become wider. Measures of educational achievement for Hispanics such as those given in Charts 1 and 2 combine the

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2000 State of the Union Address: Exerpts of President

Details: OPPORTUNITY AND RESPONSIBILITY IN EDUCATION "First and foremost, we need a 21st Century revolution in education, guided by our faith that every child can learn. Because education is more than ever key to our children's future, we must make sure that all our children have that key. That means universal preschool and afterschool, the best trained

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Administration Accomplishments in Education and Technology

Details: The Clinton Administration has made an unprecedented commitment to bringing technology into the classroom. As a central element of the President's lifelong learning agenda, the Ad

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From Digital Divide to Digital Opportunity: Community

Details: Board of Education, Prince George's County Public Schools (DOE) 14201 School Lane. Upper Marlboro, MD 20772. Project Director: Judy Finch. Tel: (301) 386-1608. [email protected]: The Shelter Foundation, Inc. (NSF) 218 N. Charles Street, Ste 100. Baltimore, MD 21201. Diane Baum, Anna Burns. Tel: 410-962-0447 . Fax: 410-625-9653. [email protected]

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Remarks: Stresses on Research and Education

Details: The heightened importance in the public's mind of research and education, as keys to both national strength and individual well-being, brings with it heightened demand by the public and elected officials for measures of the health, the efficiency, and societal contributions of academe.

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President Clinton's School Reform Tour: Columbus, Ohio

Details: President Clinton is the leader of the free world, Commander in Chief of all our armed forces of the United States, the highest ranking public official of our country, and a crusader for education. I present to you the President of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton. (Applause.) THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much, Ms. Blake.

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The President's Educational Technology Initiative

Details: The President's Educational Technology Initiative "In our schools, every classroom in America must be connected to the information superhighway, with computers and …

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AIDS Education and Training Centers

Details: AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETCs) are a network of 15 regional centers that conduct targeted, multi-disciplinary education and training for health care providers. These sites are listed here, sorted first by the name of the center and then by the state served.

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Report of the President's Commission to Study Capital

Details: Similarly, in the United States, much higher education is provided privately, whereas in many countries higher education is more likely to be provided publicly. While these differences in ownership patterns between countries do not affect comparisons of total national investment, they do distort comparisons of capital spending by governments.

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INFORMATION COLLECTIONS UNDER REVIEW/APPROVALS EXPIRED

Details: Migrant Education: Family Literacy Migrant Education Even Start Program EXPIRED: 03/31/1999 ED-OSERS: OMB NO.: 1820-0508 Case Service Report EXPIRED: 03/31/1999 FORMS: RSA-911 ED-OSERS: OMB NO.: 1820-0612 The Projects with Industry Program EXPIRED: 03/31/1999 ED-OPE: OMB NO.: 1840-0617

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PRESIDENT CLINTON AND VICE PRESIDENT GORE: Expanding

Details: The Immigrant Education program helps more than a thousand school districts provide supplemental instructional services to more than 800,000 recent immigrant students. Reducing the Drop-Out Rate Through Right Track Partnerships. Right Track Partnerships promote partnerships between schools, employers, and community-based organizations that

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Remarks By The President on Educational Technology and

Details: ON EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND CONNECTING CLASSROOMS. The Rotunda of The Exploratorium San Francisco, California. 10:42 A.M. PDT. THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. First of all, I'd like to thank Mr. Delecourt and all of the people who hosted us here. To Mayor Jordan and your outstanding California Commissioner of Education Delaine Eastin and to

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Clinton-Gore Accomplishments: Improving the Quality of

Details: [Education Department] Education Technology. 30 million children and up to 47,000 schools and libraries are being connected to the Internet though the education rate, or E-rate, created by the 1996 Telecommunications Act. In 1999, 95 percent of public schools were connected to the Internet -- up from 35 percent in 1994.

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EENS AND HEIR ARENTS IN THE ST ENTURY AN …

Details: education earned 47 percent more than drop outs, up from 22 percent in 1979. But in addition, research shows that high school students who develop strong cognitive skills receive clear economic gains.1 Among individuals with a high school education, but no college, those with a greater mastery of basic math and reading skills have higher wages.

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Investing in Our Future

Details: Teachers employ these strategies with the child in general education classrooms -- before (not after) referral to special education becomes necessary. Pilot pre-referral services projects have reduced rates of special education referrals by 30-50 percent in three States (California, Kansas, and North Carolina).

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THE WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON TEENAGERS: RAISING

Details: The President and First Lady will announce a new public education campaign to raise awareness about the importance of parent-teen time, including family mealtime. The National Partnership for Women and Families, along with the Families and Work Institute, will organize a national coalition to develop a public education campaign around this issue.

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To "Save" One Dollar

Details: A host of economic findings on the returns to education make clear the value of encouraging completion of high school. 21 A study of the economic performance of high-school dropouts and the cost of high-school completion in the early 1970s shows that every $1 cut from programs that assist high-school completions may cost the economy as much as

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WHITE HOUSE HOSTS STRATEGY SESSION: IMPROVING HISPANIC

Details: The President and Vice President have made education a top priority by focusing on high standards for all students, increasing accountability for results, and expanding investment in what works to raise student achievement. Today's strategy session will focus on the importance of raising the academic achievement of our nation's fastest growing

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A-133 Compliance Supplement

Details: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. CFDA 84.010 TITLE I, PART A of ESEA - IMPROVING BASIC PROGRAMS OPERATED BY LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES (LEAs) In June 1996, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) published a Compliance Supplement which includes the compliance requirements and associated audit guidance for the following programs: (1) Title I, Grants to Local …

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PRESIDENT CLINTON: OPENING THE DOORS TO COLLEGE AND

Details: president clinton will call on congress to enact his education legislation: $30 Billion College Opportunity Tax Cut to make college more affordable and accessible. The College Opportunity Tax Cut would give families the option of a tax deduction or a 28 percent credit for up to $10,000 in tuition, when fully phased in after 2002, providing up

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2000 State of the Union Address: Accomplishments

Details: EDUCATION: Setting High Standards and Providing Historic New Investment Our Schools The President enacted an initiative to hire 100,000 quality teachers to reduce class size; slots for 200,000 new Head Start students; after school and summer school programs; GEAR-UP college preparation opportunities; Internet connections for America's

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Using Technology to Improve Training Opportunities for

Details: Investments in education and in improving the skills of people already in the workforce are the most productive investments our economy can make as we enter the 21st century." said Dr. Neal Lane, the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology. "The Internet, inexpensive home and office computers, and other new technologies make it

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Speech by Vice President Gore: LIFELONG LEARNING SUMMIT

Details: Education can no longer stop after you leave high school, or even college. Right now, our skill needs and our workplaces are changing quickly -- yet 75 percent of the people who will be working in the year 2010 are already in the workforce. That's one reason why the average age of students at community colleges is now 29 and rising.

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National Security Science & Technology Strategy

Details: Education and training. The Administration is committed to sustaining a high-quality system of education. Few enterprises touch the lives of as many people as those concerned with education and training. High-quality education and training benefit the individual whose knowledge and skills are upgraded, the business seeking a competitive edge

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Speech by Vice President Gore: School Construction Event

Details: This can be a golden moment for American education. A chance that comes along once every 40 or 50 years. The last large wave of school construction in America came in the 1950s -- when the baby boomers were starting school, enrollments were increasing, and a strong economy gave us the money we needed to invest in our future.

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Clinton-Gore Accomplishments: Working on Behalf of the

Details: Education. Made the Largest Investment in Education in 30 Years. Maintaining his longtime commitment to education, the President enacted the largest investment in education in 30 years -- and the largest investment in higher education since the G.I. Bill. Modernizing Our Schools. The President has proposed federal tax credits to help rebuild

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PRESIDENT CLINTON: ENCOURAGING SUPPORT OF ARTS AND …

Details: The President encouraged support for Save the Music, a non-profit initiative to restore music education programs in America's public schools and raise awareness of the positive impact music participation has on students. Since its inception in 1997, Save The Music has supported more than 120,000 children in music education programs, with the

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Clinton-Gore Administration Accomplishments for Minnesota

Details: EXPANDING ACCESS TO EDUCATION Over 9,600 Children in Head Start: 9,630 Minnesota children were enrolled in Head Start in 1999. In FY00, Minnesota will receive $57.6 million in Head Start funding, an increase of $27 million over 1993.

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S2232--An Act to establish Little Rock High School

Details: Board of Education, which mandated an end to the segregation of public schools, was one of the most significant Court decisions in the history of the United States. (2) the admission of nine African-American students, known as the `Little Rock Nine', to Little Rock's Central High School as a result of the Brown decision, was the most prominent

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Clinton-Gore Administration Accomplishments for Kentucky

Details: [Education Department, 12/3/99] Nearly $7 Million for Technology Literacy: This year [FY00], Kentucky receives $6.8 million for the Technology Literacy Challenge Fund which helps communities and the private sector ensure that every student is equipped with …

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Clinton-Gore Accomplishments: Working on Behalf of African

Details: The expanded education IRA allows penalty- and tax-free withdrawals for education. And in 1999, nearly four million students will receive a Pell Grant of up to $3,125, the largest maximum award ever. In the 1995-96 school year, 57 percent of all African American students enrolled full …

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BIOINFORMATICS IN THE 21st CENTURY

Details: 3. There is a national need for training and education in bioinformatics. In particular, educational efforts should target end-users (biologists and other domain scientists); bioinformaticists, who must create user-friendly tools; and senior faculty, who must take a leadership role and educate newcomers to the field. 4.

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