Department of Education

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the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students)

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Another proposal voted down would have required every institution to provide an annual report of its student admissions process to the U.
The consequences of default are significant and could include a tarnished credit rating, garnishment of pay, and the inability to obtain additional aid and future credit," says Chris Greene, spokesman for the U.
When the form is filled out, it's not necessarily the schools or the U.
In February, however, National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) secured $673,000 from the U.
In other words, to tap into the millions of federal dollars available for continuing education for employees, long-term care facilities must apply to their state governments rather than the U.
Currently, funds for purchase, captioning, and administration of the program are provided by the Captioning and Adaptation Branch of the U.
Department of Education's release of the "Gainful Employment" rule, the National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women (NOBEL/Women) strongly believes that the U.
Three schools in Glendale and one in Simi Valley were nominated Tuesday to receive Blue Ribbon awards for excellence by the U.
Bennett's firm apparently ended up with the tax-funded windfall despite contrary recommendations from peer reviewers at the U.
The use of technology has the attention of most elementary and secondary schools; indeed, according to a 1999 U.
Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has received a $56,000 grant from the U.
By tightly prescribing the definition of adequate yearly progress that states must adopt, the new law eliminates most of the difficult design decisions states must make, However, states and the U.
That rather succinctly summarizes the findings in the 145-page U.
300-87-0112) Washington, DC: Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.
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