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U.S. Department of Education Guide: Accreditation to Retention and Beyond

United States Department of Education Blue Ribbon School LogoSince 1980, the US Department of Education has been collecting data, responding to various educational issues and providing funding for college students through student loans. College-bound students scrutinize lists of US Department of Education accredited colleges with the hopes of finding the best bang for their buck.

The DOE also tracks issues such as, teacher retention, school performance and legislation that guides public and private schools. This guide can be used as a guide to articles that cover the various issues connected to the DOE. Educators, students and those thinking about an educational career will find interesting, informative and helpful articles and insight.

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