Amendments to create a “military dependent student identifier” survived both the House and Senate versions of bills to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
This money will help districts pay for what they’re already doing without removing money from another part of their budget and open up the possibility… Read more »
Founded in 2012, Platt’s company creates custom-designed children’s books that explain where mom or dad are going, what they’ll be doing, and how they’ll stay… Read more »
Defense officials have convened a working group to focus on issues related to military children’s education in schools outside the gates, an Army official said.
DoDEA is in the midst of a massive overhaul of its academic programs, a shift its leaders hope will both raise standards for students and… Read more »
Military dads and their families may not always be physically together at a time like Father’s Day, but each family has found unique ways to… Read more »
Tuesday, the military community honored Bay County, Fla., teachers, coaches, volunteers, and mentors at the annual Education Partnership Awards ceremony, who’ve all played a role… Read more »
There’s a toll on childhood for the youngest caregivers of injured troops of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Now, in part to ensure a smoother transition between the two systems, DoDEA plans to spend the next three to five years phasing in the… Read more »
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