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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.

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.

Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE) (Education Dept.), Lyndon B. Johnson Bldg., 400 Maryland Ave. S.W., #3W315, 20202; (202) 401-0113. Fax, (202) 205-0310. Ian Rosenblum, Assistant Secretary (Acting).

General email, oese@ed.gov

Web, https://oese.ed.gov

Administers federal assistance programs for preschool, elementary, and secondary education (both public and private). Program divisions include Disaster Recovery Unit; State and Grantee Relations and Evidence Based Practices; Discretionary Grants & Support Services; Formula Grants (including Title ...

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