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DOE Asks Public to Take Part in Online Survey on Pressing Issues

The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s (VI DOE) State Office of Curriculum and Instruction invites the community to participate in an online survey that requests feedback on pressing educational issues and how the United States Department of Education’s Comprehensive Centers can provide assistance to address those issues.
The five-question survey can be found on the VI DOE’s Web site at www.vide.vi in the slideshow located at the top of the page. The deadline to respond is Aug. 18.
The US DOE Centers program is authorized by Title II of the Educational Technical Assistance Act of 2002 (ETAA), Education Sciences Reform Act (ESRA) of 2002. The United States Department of Education funds these centers to provide technical assistance to state education agencies (SEAs) that builds SEA capacity to: support local educational agencies (LEAs or districts) and schools, especially low-performing districts and schools; improve educational outcomes for all students; close achievement gaps; and improve the quality of instruction.
For more information, contact Yvette McMahon-Arnold, state director of instructional development, at 773-1095.

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