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Editor's Pick  Notice of proposed information collection requests;DC School Choice Incentive Program [OII] (PDF) (Feb 27, 2004)
Notice of proposed new information collection request. This Program provides low-income parents that reside in DC with expanded options for acquiring a high quality education for their children. To be eligible for scholarships, participating students are DC residents and their household income does not exceed 185 percent of the poverty line. Comments due on or before April 27, 2004.
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Editor's Pick  Notice of proposed information collection requests;DC School Choice Incentive Program [OII] (Feb 27, 2004)
Notice of proposed new information collection request. This Program provides low-income parents that reside in DC with expanded options for acquiring a high quality education for their children. To be eligible for scholarships, participating students are DC residents and their household income does not exceed 185 percent of the poverty line. Comments due on or before April 27, 2004.
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Questions and Answers on Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (Aug 18, 2003)
Answers to frequently asked questions about school choice and supplemental educational services under No Child Left Behind.
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Libre elección de escuela pública: Referencia Rápida para Padres (Jul 29, 2003)
Spanish version of questions and answers that explain public school choice are under the law, and easy steps for getting your child the tutoring and extra help needed.
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Public School Choice: Quick Reference for Parents (Jul 07, 2003)
Questions and answers that explain public school choice are under the law, and easy steps for getting your child the tutoring and extra help needed.
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Public School Choice: Quick Reference for Parents (PDF Version) (Jul 07, 2003)
Questions and answers that explain public school choice are under the law, and easy steps for getting your child the tutoring and extra help needed. (PDF Version)
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Public School Choice: Quick Reference for Parents (Word Version) (Jul 07, 2003)
Questions and answers that explain public school choice are under the law, and easy steps for getting your child the tutoring and extra help needed. (Word Version)
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Que Ningún Niño Se Quede Atrás: Secciones claves del Título I (Jun 04, 2003)
Key sections of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, relating to parental participation
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Que Ningún Niño Se Quede Atrás: Carta del Secretario Paige (Jun 04, 2003)
A Dear Parent letter from Secretary Rod Paige related to No Child Left Behind
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Que Ningún Niño Se Quede Atrás: Fuentes de mayor información (Jun 04, 2003)
Resources for more information on No Child Left Behind.
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