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Preschool, Elementary, Secondary Education

Preschool, elementary, secondary education

General

▶Agencies

Defense Dept. (DoD), Education Activity,4800 Mark Center Dr., Alexandria, VA 22350-1400; (571) 372-0590. Fax, (571) 372-5829. Thomas M. Brady, Director.

General email, dodea.director@hq.dodea.edu

Web, www.dodea.edu

Civilian office that maintains school system for dependents of all military personnel and eligible civilians in the United States and abroad. Develops uniform curriculum and educational standards; monitors student performance and school accreditation.

Education Dept., Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE),400 Maryland Ave. S.W., #3W315, 20202; (202) 401-0113. Fax, (202) 205-0303. Jason Botel, Assistant Secretary (Acting).

General email, oese@ed.gov

Web, www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oese

Administers federal assistance programs for preschool, elementary, and secondary education (both public and private). Program divisions include Student Achievement and School Accountability (including Title I aid for disadvantaged children); Migrant Education; Impact Aid; School Support and Rural Programs; Early Learning; Safe ...

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