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education department


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with education (including federal aid to educational institutions and students); created 1979


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  • However, when we called the education department, they asked us to give the students provisional admissions to ensure that they remain in the process and are not denied admission.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • He claimed the education department was the last department to be handed over to the North West as authorities knew it was going to cause problems.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • To schedule a hospital tour, call the education department or the birthing unit.

    The Simple Guide to Having a Baby

  • When we called the education department, they told us that they will be sending an e-mail with the information, but we haven't received any. "

    Daily News & Analysis

  • And if that doesn’t work out, call the education department at the college or university and ask if they have an internship program that might meet your children’s needs.

    Parent in Control

  • An official communication has to be passed on to the education department, which is yet to come. "

    Daily News & Analysis

  • In addition, the education department will run a program for about 90 gifted rising eighth-graders called the Dream Big Academy.

    Donors Fund Summer Class

  • Ed Balls complained to the permanent secretary at the education department after private papers were leaked to the Daily Telegraph.

    Document leak to be investigated after Ed Balls complaint

  • Balls contacted David Bell, permanent secretary at the education department, to say he last saw the papers in a file on his desk at the department shortly before the general election.

    Document leak to be investigated after Ed Balls complaint

  • But with $500 million in additional state education federal funds at stake, proponents of overhauling the education department say the clock is ticking to name a leader.

    Malloy Faulted for Inaction


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