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U.S. Department of Education Fy 2000 Annual Plan Volume 1. Objective Performance Plans and Data Quality February 25, 1999

By Riley, Richard W.

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Title: U.S. Department of Education Fy 2000 Annual Plan Volume 1. Objective Performance Plans and Data Quality February 25, 1999  
Author: Riley, Richard W.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Department of Education pub, Education.
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Publisher: U.S. Department of Education

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Riley, R. W. (n.d.). U.S. Department of Education Fy 2000 Annual Plan Volume 1. Objective Performance Plans and Data Quality February 25, 1999. Retrieved from http://community.schoollibrary.com/


Excerpt
Excerpt: The American people consistently rank education as a top national priority; they recognize education as being crucial to helping people secure jobs and become responsible, productive citizens. In recent years, the role of education has expanded beyond providing all children with a challenging academic experience to moving families from welfare to work, teaching children to avoid illegal drugs and alcohol, preparing a skilled workforce for our growing technology sector, and offering safe and supervised before- and after-school enrichment programs for children. President Clinton?s FY 2000 budget request seeks to strengthen education?s position to deal with these growing responsibilities. Built on the Department of Education?s (ED) previous success, this budget would allow us to continue to help states and communities move academic standards for all students into the classroom; create partnerships between schools, families, businesses, and community organizations; and greatly expand financial support for college students. Initiatives in FY 2000 would help reduce class size in the lower grades to just 18 students per class, recruit and train thousands of qualified teachers for the country?s booming student population, and use tax credits to build modern school buildings. ED?s programs would also help children read well by the end of the third grade and master challenging mathematics by the eighth grade. The programs would also promote professional development for teachers to use educational technology in the classroom, assist in providing programs during the out-of-school hours through the 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and encourage children and families to start planning early for college.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: End Outcomes for Goal 1 and Goal 2, 8 -- Goal 1. Help all children reach challenging academic standards, so that they are prepared -- for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment, 17 -- Objective 1.1: States develop challenging standards and assessments for all students -- in the core academic subjects., 19 -- Objective 1.2: Every state has a school-to-work system that increases student achievement, improves technical skills, and broadens career opportunities for all, 25 -- Objective 1.3: Schools are strong, safe, disciplined, and drug-free, 32 -- Objective 1.4: A talented and dedicated teacher is in every classroom in America, 39 -- Objective 1.5: Families and communities are fully involved with schools and school -- improvement efforts, 49 -- Objective 1.6: Greater public school choice will be available to students and families, 56 -- Objective 1.7: Schools use advanced technology for all students and teachers to improve -- education, 62 -- Goal 2. Build a solid foundation for learning for all children., 71 -- Objective 2.1: All children enter school ready to learn, 72 -- Objective 2.2: Every child reads well and independently by the end of the third grade, 77 -- Objective 2.3: Every eighth-grader masters challenging mathematics, including the -- foundations of algebra and geometry., 84 -- Objective 2.4: Special populations participate in appropriate services and assessments -- consistent with high standards, 92 -- Goal 3. Ensure access to postsecondary education and lifelong learning, 102 -- Objective 3.1: Secondary school students get the information, skills, and greater support -- they need to prepare successfully for postsecondary education, 104 -- Objective 3.2: Postsecondary students receive the financial aid and support services -- they need to enroll in and complete a high-quality educational program, 110 -- Objective 3.3: Postsecondary student aid delivery and program management is efficient, financially sound, and customer-responsive, 117 -- Objective 3.4: All adults can strengthen their skills and improve their earning power over -- their lifetime through lifelong learning, 122 -- Goal 4. Make ED a high-performance organization by focusing on results, service -- quality, and customer service, 130 -- Objective 4.1: Our customers receive fast, seamless service and dissemination of high-quality -- information and products, 132 -- Objective 4.2: Our partners have the support and flexibility they need without diminishing -- accountability for results, 138 -- Objective 4.3: An up-to-date knowledge base is available from education research to support -- education reform and equity, 145 -- Objective 4.4: Our information technology investments are sound and used to improve

 
 



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