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Chapter : General Policy and Analysis

General Policy and Analysis

General policy and analysis

Basic Resources

▶Agencies

Education Dept.,400 Maryland Ave. S.W., #7W301, 20202-0001; (202) 401-3000. Fax, (202) 260-7867. Elizabeth (Betsy) DeVos, Secretary; Carlos G. Muñiz, General Counsel, (202) 401-6000. Federal Student Aid Information Center, (800) 433-3243. Fraud, waste, and abuse hotline, (800) 647-8733. Information Resource Center, (202) 401-2000. Press, (202) 401-1576. Publications, (877) 433-7827. Toll-free, (800) 872-5327. TTY, (800) 877-8339.

Web, www.ed.gov and Twitter, @usedgov

Establishes education policy and acts as principal adviser to the president on education matters; administers and coordinates most federal assistance programs on education.

Education Dept., Educational Technology (OET),400 Maryland Ave. S.W., #5W114, 20202; (202) 401-1444. Joseph Conaty, Director (Acting).

General email, tech@ed.gov

Web, www.tech.ed.gov and Twitter, @OfficeofEdTech

Develops national educational policy and advocates the transition from print-based to digital learning.

Education Dept., International Affairs,400 Maryland ...

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