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During the last two years, OSERS Office of Special Education Programs released 13 briefs to address and enhance state and local efforts to attract, prepare and retain effective personnel to serve children with disabilities. View briefs and other resources:
In 2020, we saw educators go above & beyond to meet the needs of their students while adjusting to new learning environments! We are honored to recognize the 2021 State Teachers of the Year, head over to to learn more about this year’s class! #NTOY21
Ready for a P.E. history lesson? 🏀🏀🏀
#OTD in 1892, James Naismith unveiled the rules of what was then a new sport – the game of basketball!
@LibraryCongress found the only known recording of Naismith. Read about it or listen to the recording:
One more month until we get to host Katie Munn from @USNatArchives speaking about the Constitution and the powers of the President. Sign up today, or check out our full schedule of events running January - March 2021.
Replying to @DocsTeach: A free online program on January 19! "The Constitution & Presidential Powers" — students will discover the powers of the pr…
ED announced more than $4B in additional #COVID19 emergency relief available to states to ensure learning continues for students of all ages and at all schools. Funds are authorized by Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act.
Today, ED announced an additional $21B is now available to institutions of higher education to serve students and ensure learning continues during the pandemic. Funding is allocated to Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II by the CRRSAA signed in Dec.
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