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The Clinton Presidency: Expanding Education Opportunity

Details: Expanding Education Opportunity. President Clinton and Vice President Gore have made improving education a cornerstone of their Administration, working to ensure that all Americans have the educational opportunities necessary to succeed in today's global information economy. Through their leadership, the President and Vice President have helped

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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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Prevention and Education

Details: CDC's Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) supports HIV prevention programs targeting youth. Through Cooperative Agreements, it supports a variety of HIV prevention activities targeting youth.. DASH also publishes Guidelines for Effective School Health Education To Prevent the Spread of AIDS.

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EDUCATION TASK FORCE MEMBERS & LIAISONS

Details: TASK FORCE MEMBERS. Nancy Anderson, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Matt Arnold, Management Institute for Environment and Business. Michael Baker, Environmental Education Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Gregory Bischak, National Commission on Economic Conversion and Disarmament Ronald Blackwell, UNITE.

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Education Agenda

Details: For Immediate Release. October 13, 1998. REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT. AT EDUCATION EVENT. Forest Knolls Elementary School. Silver Spring, Maryland. 1:40 P.M. EDT. THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very, very much. Well, firstof all, I'd like to thank Carolyne Starek for that marvelousstatement.

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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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IIf for 10 years, plant a tree. If for 100 years, teach

Details: English as a second language (ESL) education, bilingual education, foreign language education, and linguistics. The Refugee Service Center at CAL has assisted overseas refugee camps and resettlement sites in the United States since 1975. In 1989, the Adjunct ERIC Clearinghouse on ESL Literacy Education was created, entrusted to

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Education Agenda

Details: After all, there are some people in Congress who don't believe we have any business investing in more -- more in public education, because it is a state constitutional function, and in every state most of the money is raised either at the local level or at the state level, but only nationwide about seven percent of the money comes from the

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Center for Educational Equity

Details: CEE assists public boards of education, schools, and school districts with the preparation, adoption, and implementation of plans that promote educational equity in the areas of race, national origin, and gender. CEE works with school districts in Arizona, California and Nevada, as well as other educational agencies, such as the U. S

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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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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 the most in making children better able to learn.

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Remarks on Education

Details: ON EDUCATION The South Lawn . 8:40 A.M. EDT . THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. I'm delighted to be joined this morning by the Secretary of Education and by my Domestic Policy Advisor Bruce Reed to discuss the very important issue of our children's schools.

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Research & Development in Education & Training

Details: Research, development, and assessment to determine how improvements in the effectiveness of education, such as school restructuring and the effectiveness of training, affect the viability, productivity, or well-being of the institutions (e.g., organizations, businesses, communities, countries) that provide them.

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The Clinton Presidency: Timeline of Major Actions

Details: Education Flexibility Partnership Act of 1999 Signed Ed-Flex is designed to help districts and schools carry out educational reforms and raise the achievement levels of all children by providing increased flexibility in the implementation of federal education programs.

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The Clinton Presidency: National Service and Philanthropy

Details: And after a year of full-time public service, AmeriCorps members receive education awards to help finance college or pay back student loans. The President defended AmeriCorps from numerous Congressional efforts to eliminate the initiative, and built it into a successful program supported by Democratic, Republican and Independent Governors

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Modernizing America's Schools

Details: The new U.S. Department of Education analysis describes the condition of school facilities in every state, from Alabama (where 84 percent of schools need repairs) to Wyoming (where 82 percent need repairs). The paper provides the first state-by-state snapshot of school facility conditions, and state-run school construction programs, and

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The Clinton Presidency: Key Accomplishments

Details: Raised education standards, increased school choice, and doubled education and training investment Since 1992, reading and math scores have increased for 4th, 8th, and 12th graders, math SAT scores are at a 30-year high, the number of charter schools has grown from 1 to more than 2,000, forty-nine states have put in place standards in core

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Address on Education

Details: DURING ADDRESS ON EDUCATION The Oscar Mayer School Chicago, Illinois 9:34 A.M. CST. THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Thank you, Evaline, and thank you, Mary. Thank you, Maggie Sullivan. Mr. Blitstein, thank you for welcoming me here. I have been officially welcomed. (Laughter.) I have my Oscar Mayer Weiner here. (Applause.)

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Committee on Education & Training

Details: Committee on Education and Training - Subcommittee on Research and Development in Education and Training Co-Chairs Sharon Robinson, U.S. Department of Education Louis Finch, U.S. Department of Defense. Members Gregory Parham, U.S. Department of Agriculture Anita Cohen, Central Intelligence Agency Laura Breeden, U.S. Department of Commerce

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Moving Families from Welfare to Work

Details: The FY 2001 budget included $10 million for USDA to enhance nutrition security for low-income Americans through a multi-faceted education and outreach campaign. Congress also approved an important reform proposed by the Administration to allow 245,000 people to own reliable car and still be eligible for food stamp assistance.

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August 23, 2000: Modernizing America's Schools for the

Details: The Department of Education estimates that $127 billion is needed to bring America's schools into good overall condition; Research links student achievement and behavior to physical building conditions and overcrowding. CALLING ON CONGRESS TO INVEST IN AMERICA'S EDUCATION PRIORITIES.

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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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Fact Sheet: University-Government Partnership

Details: Education. Our principal resource for maintaining leadership in research and for capitalizing on its advances is our talent pool of well-trained scientists and engineers. They are the wellspring of new ideas and new solutions to challenging problems.

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Cultural Diversity in Education Program

Details: The Cultural Diversity in Education Program (CDEP) was developed as a cooperative project of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, the Prairie Higher Education Consortium, and Parkland College. The focus of the program is assessment, evaluation and transformation of the "total educational environment" of elementary schools and colleges.

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National Research Initiative

Details: Education. Educational Reforms and Students at Risk: A Review of the Current State of the Art (1994) Office of Research, U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Learning to Work: Making the Transition from School to Work (September 1995). U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, OTA-HER-637, U.S

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President Clinton: Helping Disadvantaged Youth

Details: PRESIDENT CLINTON WILL CALL ON CONGRESS TO INVEST IN EDUCATION, INCLUDING GEAR UP AND 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS. In order to pay for risky and fiscally irresponsible tax cuts, the Congressional Republican budget proposes to cut investments in domestic priorities $29 billion below the President’s level, an average cut of 9 …

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Eight Years of Peace, Progress and Prosperity

Details: education, health care, and science and technology research. This legislation also extended the life of the Medicare Trust Fund by three years. Fiscal discipline established by the Clinton-Gore Administration has turned the largest deficits in our country’s history into the largest surplus. (PL 103-66, signed 8/10/93)

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Nevada

Details: EXPANDING ACCESS TO EDUCATION. Over 2,000 Children in Head Start: 2,035 Nevada children were enrolled in Head Start in 1999. In FY00, Nevada will receive $13.8 million in Head Start funding, an increase of $7.8 million over 1993.

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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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The Clinton Presidency: Historic Economic Growth

Details: Established Education IRAs. The 1997 balanced budget agreement also created Education IRAs. For each child under age 18, families may now deposit $500 per year into an Education IRA in the child's name. Earnings in the Education IRA accumulate tax-free and no taxes will be due upon withdrawal if the money is used to pay for college.

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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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Summit on 21st Century Skills for Jobs

Details: -- Investing in K-12 education, raising academic standards for our public schools, supporting quality after-school programs, educational technology, and smaller classes with well-prepared teachers. -- Establishing Hope Scholarships to help make the first two years of college or vocational training available to everyone.

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The Clinton Presidency: Improving the Nation's Health Care

Details: The Clinton-Gore Administration improved the safety of food for all Americans by seeking substantial funding for such initiatives as a nationwide early-warning system for foodborne illness, increased inspections, and the expansion of food-safety research, risk assessment and education. The Administration has also put into place improved science

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Appreciating Differences Among People and Things Project

Details: Appreciating Differences Among People and Things Project, St. Cloud, MN. Contact (s): Steven Joul, President, Central Minnesota Community Foundation: (320) 253-4380. Purpose: To create the perception and the reality that racial harmony exist and that diversity is valued in the central Minnesota area. Background.

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American Institute of Managing Diversity

Details: Background. The American Institute of Managing Diversity is a 14-year-old nonprofit public interest organization that seeks to study and influence trends in diversity training.

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Leadership for the New Millennium -- A Record of Digital

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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President Clinton Honors Martin Luther King Through Words

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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Cuts in Specific Priority Programs

Details: Now, more than ever, teachers, parents, and policymakers are demanding education reforms that are based on proven educational research. The Department of Education's research investments and data collection activities are vital to producing an up-to-date knowledge base for improving student performance.

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A Record of Leadership in Electronic Government and Technology

Details: Grants supported by the Department of Education are training 400,000 new teachers to use technology effectively in the classroom. The Clinton-Gore Administration's FY 2001 budget proposes doubling last year's investment of $75 million to ensure that all new teachers entering the workforce are computer literate and can integrate technology into

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President Clinton Awards the Presidential Citizens Medals

Details: As Executive Director of the National Education Association and as Founding Co-Chair of the CEO Forum on Education and Technology, he has strived for almost 2 decades to ensure students have the talented teachers and technological skills they need to succeed in the 21st century. Carol Coston, O.P.

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OMB Circular A-133: Compliance Supplement, March 2000

Details: The 2000 Compliance Supplement is available for sale from the Government Printing Office by calling (202) 512-1800. The stock number for this document is 041-001-00544-7. The Compliance Supplement is updated annually. Users of the Compliance Supplement may send comments on the document to [email protected] .

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A FOREIGN POLICY FOR THE GLOBAL AGE

Details: Pushed the G-8 nations to tackle the AIDS crisis and to invest more in basic education. Supported the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative at the G-7 Summit in Cologne in June 1999, to provide deeper multilateral debt reduction for …

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