The Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) (formerly Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools (OSDFS) is a subdivision within the United States Department of Education that is responsible for assisting drug and violence prevention activities within the nation's schools.

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  • ED to Celebrate Constitution Day
    In remembrance of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, and in recognition of the Americans who strive to uphold the duties and responsibilities of citizenship, including Federal employees, the Congress enacted a law on December 8, 2004, that requires educational institutions receiving Federal funding to hold an educational program for their students pertaining to the Continue Reading The post ED ...
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  • ED Expands Hurricane Help Website
    The United States Department of Education has expanded the Hurricane Help page on its website. Originally created in response to Hurricane Harvey, the site now includes a page for information related to Hurricane Irma as well as a page containing general hurricane information. The pages for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma contain links to federal Continue Reading The post ED Expands Hurricane ...
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  • 3 Types of 2017 FAFSA® Deadlines You Should Pay Attention To
    Ah, deadlines. The sworn enemy of students across the nation. When you’re busy with classes, extracurricular activities, and a social life in whatever time you’ve got left, it’s easy to lose track and let due dates start whooshing by. All of a sudden, your 10-page term paper is due in an hour, and you’re only Continue Reading The post 3 Types of 2017 FAFSA® Deadlines You Should Pay Attention To ap...
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  • 7 Things You Need Before You Fill Out the 2018–19 FAFSA® Form
    If you need financial aid to help you pay for college, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form. The 2018–19 FAFSA form will be available on Oct. 1, 2017. You should fill it out as soon as possible on the official government site, fafsa.gov. It’ll be easier to complete the FAFSA form if you Continue Reading The post 7 Things You Need Before You Fill Out the 2018...
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  • Keeping the Promise in California: The California Affinity Group
    When I wanted to know what an affinity group is, I turned to my affinity for the dictionary. Webster’s definition is “people having a common goal or acting together for a specific purpose.” By this definition, the California Affinity Group (CAG) is perfectly named. CAG’s members work in Promise Neighborhoods, Promise Zones, a Performance Partnership Continue Reading The post Keeping the Promise in...
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  • 8 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your College Experience
    Everyone’s college experience is unique—and probably not quite what they were expecting, but here are some tried and true tips on how to get through it. 1. Get involved. This point may be the most overhyped, but it’s still valid. Go to your school’s activities fair if they have one; otherwise, keep your eyes open Continue Reading The post 8 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your College Experience appea...
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  • How Do Schools Calculate Your Financial Aid?
    One of the questions we receive most often is: “Why didn’t I get more money for school?” It’s especially frustrating when you have no idea how a school decided on your aid offer.  Hopefully, this information will shed some light on how schools calculate your financial aid. It all starts when you submit your Free Continue Reading The post How Do Schools Calculate Your Financial Aid? appeared first ...
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  • Celebrating Student Artistry From Fairfax County Public Schools: “The World Through My Eyes”
    On July 18, the Department hosted Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) to celebrate the opening of “The World Through My Eyes,” a collection of student achievement in the visual arts. Ninety FCPS students grades one through 12 at 28 schools contributed to the exhibit; the diversity of their chosen mediums—from photography to painting, illustration, printmaking, Continue Reading The post Celebratin...
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  • Preparing and Developing Culturally Responsive School Leaders
    Standard 3 of the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL) reads, “Effective educational leaders strive for equity of educational opportunity and culturally responsive practices to promote each student’s academic success and well-being.” How do we take this important aspiration and realize it through our practices and actions? In June, our school’s administrative team hosted a Continu...
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  • Eight Lessons Learned From Piloting the Rapid Cycle Evaluation Coach
    “Mrs. Lowerre’s class” by diane horvath is licensed under CC BY 2.0.   For the last 18 months, the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education, in partnership with the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) at the Department, has been working with Mathematica Policy Research and SRI International to build the Rapid Continue Reading The post Eight Lessons Learned From Piloti...
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  • Join Education ‘Taking Learning Outside’ on the 2017 Green Strides Tour!
    As my toddler son grows, I’ve become intrigued by the outdoor and forest preschool movement. In fact, so convinced have I become of the benefits of outdoor play and learning at his age that I’ve made a point to get Íñigo out every day of his first two years — swimming, hiking, running, biking, camping, Continue Reading The post Join Education ‘Taking Learning Outside’ on the 2017 Green Strides Tou...
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  • 3 Ways to Get Out of Student Loan Default
    If you didn’t make payments on your federal student loans and are now in default, don’t get discouraged. It may seem like an overwhelming situation, but you have multiple options for getting out of default. Remember, it’s in your best interest to act quickly to resolve the default, because the consequences of default can be Continue Reading The post 3 Ways to Get Out of Student Loan Default appear...
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  • 8 Things You Should Know About Federal Work-Study
    If you’re looking for another way to help pay for college, Federal Work-Study may be a great option for you. Work-study is a way for students to earn money to pay for school through part-time on- (and sometimes off-) campus jobs. The program gives students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience while pursuing a college degree. Continue Reading The post 8 Things You Should Know About Feder...
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  • 7 Options to Consider if You Didn’t Receive Enough Financial Aid
      The reality of paying for college is that many families find themselves struggling to cover the entire college bill, despite having already filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form and receiving federal, state, and school-based financial aid and scholarships. If you find yourself in this position, here are some ideas to consider and places Continue Reading The post 7 Opti...
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  • The Leadership Imperative
    During my tenure as the Washington Principal Ambassador Fellow, I have found myself frequently reminded of a hard truth: teachers do not quit students or schools, they quit leaders. Teacher shortages are a national concern within the educational landscape. According to the Learning Policy Institute report, 40 states, as well as the District of Columbia, reported Continue Reading The post The Leade...
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  • Something Borrowed: How Marriage Impacts Your Student Loans
    Recently married? Getting married soon? Congratulations! Weddings can require a lot of planning, and you probably already have a ton on your plate, but there is one item you may not have on your to-do list that I recommend you add—figuring out how getting married can impact your student loans. Now that you’ve read the Continue Reading The post Something Borrowed: How Marriage Impacts Your Student ...
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  • Student Chefs Cook up Nutrition and Great Taste at ED
    Eight teams of student chefs from across the country converged on the U.S. Department of Education (ED) headquarters recently to be judged on their efforts to create innovative and healthy menus for school lunches that would appeal to their fellow students. The teams were national finalists in the Healthy Schools Campaign Cooking Up Change competition. Continue Reading The post Student Chefs Cook ...
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  • ED in the Field ~ School Visit: Imagine Andrews
    It is not every day that ED staff is granted the opportunity to enter into a classroom and observe elementary students engaging in lesson plans and sharing thought-provoking discussions with their classmates. For several ED staff, the opportunity presented itself through the ED in the Field ~ School Visit program. ED in the Field ~ Continue Reading The post ED in the Field ~ School Visit: Imagine ...
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  • 9 Myths About the FSA ID
    The FSA ID is a username and password that students, parents, and borrowers must use to log on to certain U.S. Department of Education websites such as fafsa.gov, StudentAid.gov, and StudentLoans.gov. The FSA ID is a secure way to access and sign important documents without using personally identifiable information. ​ As with any new process, Continue Reading The post 9 Myths About the FSA ID appe...
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  • John F. Kennedy Centennial Celebration an Opportunity to Strengthen Civic Engagement
    “Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You – Ask What You Can Do For Your Country.” – President John F. Kennedy, 1961 This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the birth of one of the most celebrated presidents in our nation’s history, John F. Kennedy. To commemorate the occasion, the John F. Kennedy Library Continue Reading The post John F. Kennedy Centennial Celebration an Opportunity to Streng...
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  • “What Is Education?” Elevated Thought Students Respond Via the Arts
    For students from Lawrence, Massachusetts, the answer to “What is education?” comes best through the arts — painting, drawing, photography, narrative, poetry, music, and film – and through their own context as passionate learners in a historically immigrant, low-income community north of Boston. Eight Lawrence students, along with their adult mentors from Elevated Thought and Continue Reading The ...

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