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School Grants

SCHOOL GRANTS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ED was created in 1980 by combining of fices from several federal agencies. ED's wissiow is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. ED's 4,200 employees and $63.7 billion budget are dedicated to: Establishing policies ow federal financial aid for education, and distributing as well as monitoring those funds. O Collecting data ow America's schools and disseminating reseach. O Focusing national attention ow key educational issues. Prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to edudatiow. US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Who's eligible for school grants? Anyone who can demonstrate financial need' is eligible for a grant. The financial need' is basedow the yearly income either of the individual seeking to enroll in the school prograM, or the individual's family income (i.e. parewts). How to apply for school grants The main way to apply for most school grants is to fill out the Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) form. The FAFSA form can be found online at and can also be picked up in paper form at many dif ferent locations such as universities, libraries, legal of fices, and so ow. FASFA Types of school grants available O Pell Grants O Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity (FSEOG) Grawis O State Grants O Grants and scholarships given by private foundations or the educational institution For further infos check the website: jsp Source: THE STATE OF EDUCATION SPENDING IN THE US PER STUDENT SPENDING, BY STATE 5. Massachussetts 46. Idaho 4. Wyoming 3. Vermont 2. New York 1. New Jersey 49. Utah 50. Avizona 48. Nevada 5,000 - 8,000 8,001 - 11,000 11,000 - 14,000 14,001 + THE US GOVERNENT SPENDS MORE PER STUDENT THAN NEARLY EVERY OTHER OECD COUNTRY. US PER PUPIL SPENDING RANKS THIRD, BEHIND SWITZERLAND AND NORWAY Operational and student membership status of public elementary and secondary schools in the United States, by school type and charter status: School year 2008/09 ALL SCHOOLS special education Vocational alternative vegular education education OPERATING TOTAL 98.706 88.801 2.289 1.409 6.207 CONTINUING TOTAL 96.451 87.801 2.051 1,380 5.873 ADDED TOTAL 290 #31 169 72 REOPENED 26 21 ENROLLMENT RATES IN THE US Washington Vt. W. Virginia Maines n.H. Montana n. Dakota Oregow New York Penn. Idaho S. Dakota Mass. Wyoming R.I. -Conv. Nevada Nebraska Iowa Illinois Ohio n.J. Del. md. Utah Colorado Arkansass Kentucky Tennessee Gieoraia Kansas Missouri Virainia Carolina Avizona New Mexico Oklahoma S. Carolina Texas > 1,000,000 800,000-1,000,000 Alaska 200,000-800.000 85,000-200,000 O Hawaii Students in membership in operating public elementary and secondary schools, by school type by State OK OR PÅ RI sC OH nD nc ny nm TV TX UT VT 328,420 1,379,873 1235,143 1037,018 VA WA NH 90,106 197,934 433,371 nv WV 282,718 873,607 87,153 742,997 NE WI 292,590 MT 141,899 Wy mo 917,871 AL 130,662 491,924 AK MS 1,629,880 MI 958,910 1,085,822 478,965 828,943 AZ AR 6,240,184 CA 817,605 561,766 Ú mn 843,781 MD MA LA KU KS In IL ID HI GA DE DC IA FL Regular School Vocational Education Special Education Alternative Education In ved the total of students by State Source:'Spero News' and '2010 World Almanac' Wiscowsin Minnesota Indiaua California 1,769,786 556,380 645,108 971,950 4,751,003 559,687 718,113 126,425 1,813,999 143.591 94,728 1.457,835 2,740,592 123.968 68,681 E 2.119,707 482,735 2.631,020 1.655,792 179406 보 274,672 A 00'OL9 090'ILH 684,745

School Grants

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ED was created in 1980 by combining of fices from several federal agencies. Ed's mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellenc...


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