Flyer 1 for the Military Child Education Coalition's Resource and Leadership Expo at the 21st Annual National Training Seminar (NTS).
Flyer 2 for the Military Child Education Coalition's Resource and Leadership Expo at the 21st Annual National Training Seminar (NTS).
Instructions to DoDEA Education Partnership grantees on how to complete the SF424 Mandatory Budget Change Request Form
Fillable SF424 A-V1.0 Budget Change form (effective 4/11/19) for grantee use
Fillable SF424 Mandatory for Budget Change Request Form for grantee use
Instructions on completing the SF425 Federal Financial Report to be submitted with annual and closeout reports .
SF425 Federal Financial Report to be submitted with annual and closeout reports.
First in a series of related reports about what is known about SEL programs for students ages 3 -- 8. Describes the characteristics of effective SEL programs.
The brief is the first in a series documenting effective educational strategies for military-connected schools and district grantees. The brief profiles DoDEA-funded college and career readiness projects intended to act as a guide for other grantees.
This report briefly discusses the grant-supported charter schools that have a curricular focus on STEM. Each school highlighted documents the successes and lessons learned when designing school programs that support military-connected students.
This document contains district profiles with a snapshot of how they developed and implemented activities (professional development, technology in the classroom, formative assessments, and transition support) that yielded increased student achievement or improved transitions for military-connected youth.
This is the second in a series of four reports about what is known about SEL programs for students ages 3-8. This report covers implementation strategies and state and district policies that support SEL programming.
This is the fourth in a series of four related reports about what is known about SEL programs for students ages 3-8. This report addresses the outcomes of social and emotional learning among different student populations and settings.
This report focuses on promising practices in virtual learning to support student achievement in military-connected local education agencies and ease challenges and transitions that students face due to their parents' military service.
This report highlights the most innovative, effective, or sustainable aspects of each 2009 grant and is one of a series of reports that features programs implemented with DoDEA Education Partners Resources grants. This report provides superintendents, principals, teachers and other school personnel with a roadmap for how to develop and implement strategies that will impact student achievement of military-connected students. Grantee projects included in this report offer contextual details about how their project activities supported military-connected youth and their families.
This is the third in a series of four reports about what is known about SEL programs for students ages 3--8. This report covers teacher and classroom strategies that contribute to social and emotional learning.
This brief discusses research-based programs that improve pre-K-12 military-connected student achievement and ease the academic social emotional difficulties military-connected students face due to their parents' service. Several grantee profiles are shared with their successes and lessons learned for application in other grantees' settings and with their military-connected students.