secondary school education

ESSER Fund awards to SEAs are in the same proportion as each State received funds under Part A of Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended, in fiscal year 2019.
Congress set aside approximately $13.2 billion of the $30.75 billion allotted to the Education Stabilization Fund through the CARES Act for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER Fund). The Department will award these grants ­to State educational agencies (SEAs) for the purpose of providing local educational agencies (LEAs), including charter schools that are LEAs, with emergency relief funds to address the impact that COVID-19 has had, and continues to have, on elementary and secondary schools across the Nation.

All national exams for this school year have been cancelled, education minister Arie Slob has decided in consultation with the .
Health is the government’s top priority when it comes to children, young people, teachers and support staff. The National .

The year 1967 is very significant in the history of education in Ireland, marking the introduction of what became known as ‘the free education scheme’ 1 that led to a great increase in attendance at post-primary schools across the country. Up until then, only a small number of those who left primary school continued their schooling. For the vast majority of this minority, what this meant was attendance at one of two types of schools, namely, vocational schools and secondary schools. The smaller proportion of the group attended vocational schools, which were run by local vocational education committees and offered a two-year course which was essentially practical and oriented towards the world of work. The larger proportion, albeit still very small in number relative to those who left primary school, attended secondary schools.
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