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10. Education and HHS Policies

Details: These include the Bilingual Education Act (which is dedicated to expanding the capacity of school districts to educate these students) and the Migrant Education Program (which provides funds for States for supplementary education services for the children of migrant agricultural workers and fishermen.) 10.2.4 Efforts to Ensure Access

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Education Town Meeting

Details: The new tests will be based on the widely used National Assessment of Education Progress and will measure individual student performance against widely accepted content standards used by NAEP. The tests will be available for use in the Spring of 1999. Education Town Hall Transcripts: Remarks by the President in Education Town Hall Meeting

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Public Linkage, Dialogue, and Education Task Force Report

Details: Education for sustainability must be a lifelong endeavor that goes beyond classroom walls, enabling students, teachers, and entire communities to turn learnings into commonplace, everyday sustainable choices and actions. To effectively drive and frame nationally needed change for sustainability education, new policies and actions were

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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-Work program in each state. 800-251-7236 www.stw.ed.gov

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A-133 Compliance Supplement, Education

Details: A-133 Compliance Supplement, Education OMB Home. 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 …

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Expanding Education Opportunities for Hispanic Americans

Details: Expanding Education Opportunities for Hispanic Americans. SUPPORTING QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL: Largest Investment in Education in 30 Years. Maintaining his longtime commitment to education, President Clinton enacted the largest investment in education in 30 years -- and the largest investment in higher education since the G.I. Bill by …

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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 …

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Research & Development in Education & Training

Details: 1.1 Education and training for disadvantaged youth and youth with disabilities Demonstrations of new approaches for young people with disabilities, academic or economic disadvantages, or limited English language proficiency to improve their access to education and training and the effectiveness of the education and training they receive.

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Committee on Education & Training

Details: Committee on Education and Training - Subcommittee on Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education Chair Luther Williams, National Science Foundation. Members Gwendolyn Lewis, U.S. Department of Agriculture Carol Ann Meares, U.S. Department of Commerce Keith Thompson, U.S. Department of Defense Eve Bither, U.S. Department of

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An Investment for Our Future

Details: In addition, education can pay off for an individual because education is a credential that signals high ability, even if little is learned at school. Nevertheless, much of the evidence indicates that the economic rewards to education accrue because schooling actually makes students more productive as employees, and not primarily because

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Education Discussion with Governors

Details: First of all, with the increases in Pell Grants and300,000 work-study positions, with the education IRAs finally givinginterest deductions for payments on college loans, the direct loanprogram, the HOPE Scholarship, named after Governor Miller's programin Georgia, and the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit, which also appliesto the second, the third

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National Education Summit

Details: The first National Education Summit was in Charlottesville 10 years ago this week. And some of us were there then. President Bush, his Education Department, education leaders from around the country, we were all together. And we came together to embrace the concept and specifics of national education goals.

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Brief on Educational Progress 1992-2000

Details: An Education Agenda With Results: Test Scores Are On The Rise. Scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT), and the American College Test (ACT) and the number of students taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams have all risen since 1992.

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Indian Education Office-Minnesota Department of Children

Details: Indian Education Office-Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning, St. Paul, MN. Contact (s): Yvonne Novack, Manager: (612) 296-9756. Purpose: To provide all Minnesota citizens with accurate information about tribes in the state. Background. Program Operations. Outcomes.

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Education Initiatives

Details: He often says that education is the number-one priority for investing in the future. For the past eight years, he has worked to invest more in our public schools, and also to demand more from them - so that we can get the very best from students, teachers, and schools. Together with President Clinton, Al Gore has helped to launch a national

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Power of the Arts in Education

Details: That is why supporting arts education is not only the right thing to do, but it is the smart thing for our nation and for both the public sector and the private sector, to do. Because we are, by doing so, doing one of the things we know that will pay off …

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Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A., 2000

Details: Throughout our Nation's history, education has been at the heart of achievement in America, and it is the key to meeting the challenges and seizing the opportunities that lie before us. To succeed in the global community of the 21st century, we must provide all our citizens with a world-class, well-rounded education.

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Technology Access and Innovation

Details: Increased Investment in Education Technology. With the Vice President's leadership, the Clinton-Gore Administration has made increasing access to technology a top priority. The President and Vice President have increased overall investments in education technology from $23 million in 1993 to $769 million in FY 2000.

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Remarks: Stresses on Research and Education

Details: Second, higher education is best positioned to increase the knowledge base on "what works" through research and evaluation of models and practices, and to suggest how standards-based classrooms can better utilize technology and sustain high performance in mathematics and science by all students. Through NSF's Systemic Initiatives and the DoED's

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Excellence in Science, Math & Engineering Education

Details: 6.1 Milestones for Technological Education. BY 1995, CET agencies will further efforts to increase technological education capabilities by supporting three centers of excellence in instructional programs in advanced-technology fields at associate degree-granting institutions and supporting the development of high technology learning centers.

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Initiatives to Expand Access to Basic Education and

Details: Primary education is the single most important factor in accounting for differences in growth rates between East Asia and sub-Saharan Africa because it leads to greater achievement of secondary education, according to the World Bank. An education helps people understand health risks, including AIDS, take preventative steps and demand quality

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NEA Friend of Education Award

Details: The National Education Association's Friend of Education Award Presentation to the First Lady First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's Acceptance Remarks Orlando, Florida July 5, 1999 Thank you. I am so pleased to be here with all of you. And I am extraordinarily honored to receive this very important and prestigious award from an organization that

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The Importance of Bridging the Digital Divide

Details: In addition, data from the National Center for Education Statistics reveals a “digital divide” in our nation’s schools. As of the fall of 1998, 39 percent of classrooms of poor schools were connected to the Internet, as compared to 62 percent for wealthier schools. Return to Digital Divide home

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A Message to the American Forum for Global Education

Details: Interagency Education Research Initiative . This NSF/DoEd/NICHD partnership started with the recognition that advances in education and student learning -- in science as well as in other core academic subjects -- depend in no small part on rigorous and sustained research.

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President Clinton Touts Education Reform Agenda

Details: PRESIDENT CLINTON TOUTS EDUCATION REFORM AGENDA OF INVESTING MORE IN SCHOOLS AND DEMANDING MORE FROM THEM April 14, 2000 . Today, in an address to the Education Writers Association conference in Atlanta, President Clinton will highlight the Administration's strategy of investing more in our schools and demanding more …

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Education Flexibility Act Signing

Details: EDUCATION FLEXIBILITY PARTNERSHIP ACT OF 1999 Rose Garden 3:04 P.M. EDT . THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Let me say, first of all, I thank Dr. Metts for being here, for giving us a firsthand and concrete expression of what this bill will mean to the states of our country and to the local school districts.

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Interagency Education Research Initiative

Details: The IERI is a collaboration of the National Science Foundation, Department of Education, and National Institute of Child Health and Human Development that is supporting a fundamentally new character of research in preK-12 education. This research features interdisciplinary collaborations across learning-related disciplines, is substantively

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Center for Research on Education, Diversity and Excellence

Details: The Center for Research on Education, Diversity and Excellence (CREDE) at the University of California, Santa Cruz is a five-year program funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The project began in 1996 and impacts policies and practices in education for the benefit of all children.

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AIDS Education and Training Centers

Details: AIDS Education and Training Centers. 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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An Education Program to Improve Human Relations

Details: DIALOGO: An Education Program to Improve Human Relations, began in 1980 under the auspices of the Latin American Resource Center (LARC). Between 1992 and 1994, LARC approached urban and rural communities and the public schools in Raleigh to plan and implement a year-long program, called the Latin American Community Education Program …

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The Uses of Census Data: An Analytical Review

Details: Education. The accuracy of census data affects the allocation of funding for numerous Federal education programs such as vocational and adult education. Other. Census data on farm residence help USDA assess housing conditions and needs on farms.

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A New Opportunity Agenda for Higher Education: Making

Details: A New Opportunity Agenda for Higher Education: Making Critical Investments in Education and Training. Today, the President will announce that his FY2001 budget will include new critical investments in higher education, training, and youth opportunities as part of his New Opportunity Agenda.

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USAID Girls’ Education Conference

Details: Education is recognizedthroughout the world, even by those who themselves have not enjoyed aneducation, as a powerful tool for achild, or a family, or a whole society to make progress. Education is nolonger viewed as a luxury for some,but as a necessity for all. The World Bank has said repeatedly thateducation provides the highest rate ofreturn

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President Clinton Signs Children's Health Act of 2000

Details: The SS/HS Initiative is an unprecedented effort to give students, schools and communities comprehensive educational, mental health, social service, and law enforcement services. The Center for Mental Health Services supports this initiative in partnership with the Departments of Justice and Education.

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Education Technology Roundtable

Details: IN EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY DISCUSSION WITH STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND BUSINESS LEADERS. Christopher Columbus School Union City, New Jersey. 10:45 A.M. EST. THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much, Carol. Good morning, Secretary Riley. You look great long distance there -- (laughter) -- glad you're in the Cabinet. Good Morning, Bob Fazio, and thank …

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Education Agenda

Details: There was a time when education was completelybipartisan because no one asked you to register by party when yousign up for school, because every American, even Americans that haveno children in our schools, have a direct, immediate, and profoundinterest in the success of our children's education. Now, it is not to late.

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Administration Accomplishments in Education and Technology

Details: Education Secretary Riley will submita National Plan for Technology in Education to Congress in early 1996. The report isthe effort of hundreds of educators, citizens and industry leaders in seven regionalforums, two national conferences and an on-line discussion over the Internet to addressthe important issues in educational technology.

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Technology Improves Student Performance

Details: Journal of Research on Computing in Education, pp. 381-403.] A comparison of peer tutoring, adult tutoring, reducing class size, increasing the length of the school day, and computer-based instruction found computer-based instruction to be the least expensive instructional approach for raising mathematics scores by a given amount.

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The United States on Track to Pay Off the Debt by End of

Details: Enacting a Budget that Invests in Education, Health Care, and America' President Clinton Appoints Roger Gregory to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit . President Clinton Announces New Steps to Improve Nutrition and Education for Children in Developing Countries. The United States on Track to Pay Off the Debt by End of the

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Summary of Telecommunications Act

Details: A SHORT SUMMARY OF THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REFORM ACT OF 1996. For the past three years, President Clinton and Vice President Gore have worked for telecommunications reform that stimulates private investment, promotes competition, protects diversity of viewpoints and voices among the media, provides families with technologies to help them control the …

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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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