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Education Dept., Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE), Adult Education and Literacy,550 12th St. S.W., 11th Floor, 20202-7100 (mailing address: 400 Maryland Ave. S.W., P-OCTAE, DAEL, Washington, DC 20202); (202) 245-7700. Fax, (202) 245-7838. Cheryl L. Keenan, Director, (202) 245-7810.
Provides state and local agencies and community-based organizations with assistance in establishing education programs for homeless adults.
Education Dept., Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE), Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS), Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program,400 Maryland Ave. S.W., 20202-6132; (202) 453-6777. Fax, (202) 260-7764. John McLaughlin, Program Coordinator.
General email, HomelessEd@ed.gov
Provides formula grants to education agencies in the states, Puerto Rico, and through the Bureau of Indian Affairs to Native Americans to educate homeless children and youth and to establish an office of coordinator of ...