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Teachers are assaulting students at record numbers. Many of these convicted teachers are either sentenced to No Jail time or very little jail time. Even Teachers merely accused of sexual assault are retaining their positions.
Mission of the Student Victim Fund
Unfortunately, there is no legal requirement for schools or courts to help the students that were victimized. Oftentimes, students who were traumatized or victimized must hire expensive attorneys or either just settle for being a victim.
The mission of this fund is to raise funds for victims, raise awareness of this crisis, and reward students, and parents, and others, who help expose teacher predators. Students and parents should be empowered to Take Back the Classroom!
Education Grants: The most important grants in education
Education Grants: The most important grants in education. Education Grants: The most important grants in education for students, moms, women, minorities, and adults returning to school to further their education. Grants for education should be an automatic financial-aid option for any student, mom, mother, single-parent mom, working adult seeking scholarships. Students seeking education grants for education need to know what type of grants and scholarship programs that we sponsor for educational enhancement. The type of education grant programs that we sponsor are not only private education-grant programs, but we also sponsor state and federal grants. Education grants for college and educational improvement, unless loans, typically do not have to be re-paid back. The criteria for education grants are also typcally different than for education scholarships.
Education-Grant Programs: Unclaimed Grants, and Financial-Aid
Unfortunately, many grants, and financial-aid distributions go unclaimed each year because the federal and state agencies that are responsible for advertising these grants do not put a lot of effort in soliting grant-seeking persons. Although many high-schools and colleges may advertise local and national scholarship opportunities, few state agencies advertise the source and amount of education grants. The reason for this is because these federal and state agencies have little incentive because unclaimed grants are returned to the federal governmet in 5 to 10 years. So, what's hurry?! At the same time, many moms, women, signle mothers, and working adults need grants immediately to continue to advance their education.
Unclaimed state and federal grants, like grocery-store food that didn't sale during the day, is a reality. Students are best advised to use their own independent resources and searches online for optimum federal and state programs, grant resources, and grant funding opportunities. Unclaimed grants, and financial-aid represent millions of unused, wasted, financial-aid grant dollars each year.
Education-Grant Programs for Moms, Women, and Single mothers
We understand the unique set of financial-aid obstacles facing moms returning to school, women seeking to climb the corporate ladder and needing that extra degree, and we understand the constant struggles faced by single parents, and single moms. We sponsor scholarship programs, grants, and financial-aid opportunities for moms, women, and single parents, as well as single mothers.
Unique Education-Grant Programs for Moms, Women, Single mothers.
Moms, Women, and Single mothers present unique variables for education grant sponsors, and for scholarship programs. Therefore, it should be no surprise that they are a favorite target of grant programs. Our education grant programs include locale,state, and federal grants opportunities for Moms, Women, and single mothers seeking to return to school. Our unique education-grant programs for moms, women, single mothers, and stay-at-home moms also include grant nomination forms.
U.S. Department of Education Grant Programs
2014 Education-Grant Programs
The U.S. Department of Education administers numerous federal grant programs. In fact, a prime responsibility of the U.S. Department of Education (ED) is the administration of grant programs that are designed to assist educators, policymakers, and traditional students, moms, mothers, stay-at-home moms, and working adults interested in furthering their education.
Unlike Grants issued by the U.S. Department of Education are administered by local state agencies. Therefore, persons seeking such grants should know which state agencies are reipients of federal education grants. Education grants are provided to state agencies pursuant to local state laws, and such state agencies are solely responsible for administering or supervising statewide education grants policy for adult education and literacy, including such entities as state education agencies (SEAs), postsecondary agencies, or workforce agencies.
The U.S. Department of Education provides education grants to these eligible state
agencies, which, in turn, fund local projects that provide these same education grants to individuals. We therefore recommend that persons who are seeking federal education grants contact these sorts of agencies:
African-American Education-Grant Programs
In 1988, we sponsored the first grant-type financial-aid programs for Black Americans outside of traditional African-American organizations like the NAACP, and other non-profit organizations geared to help particular ethnic groups. Today, we still sponsor merit-based scholarship programs for African-Americans, and we encourage Black Americans, to LIKE our Education-Grant Programs Facebook page, follow our Education-Grant Programs twitter page, one-plus our Google Education-Grant Programs scholarship page, and follow our Scholarship Forum, review our Education-Grant Programs blogger page, and re-pin our scholarship program photos posted on our Pinterest Scholarship Program page.
Hispanic/Latino Education-Grant Programs
We sponsor scholarship federal, state, and private education grant programs for Latino, and Hispanic students. In 1988, we sponsored the first merit-based scholarship program for Black Americans and that tradition has helped us to develop a suitable model for other minorty education grant and scholarship programs for important ethnic groups, including Hispanics/Latinos. We encourage Latino, and Hispanic students to LIKE our Education-Grant Programs Facebook page, follow our Scholarship Program twitter page, one-plus our Google Education-Grant Programs scholarship page, and follow our Scholarship Forum, review our Education-Grant Programs blogger page, and re-pin our scholarship program photos posted on our Pinterest Scholarship Program page.
Education-Grant Programs: No Grant Application Fees
There are no processing, handling, or application fee(s) associated with education grant programs, or scholarships, sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars. All of our grant and scholarship applications are online. We no longer use the U.S. Postal Service because of the unnecessary expense, labor, and time. What is required, however, is plenty of effort, ambition, and a willigness by scholarship applicants to demonstrate their suitability to receive a merit-based scholarship. Premier Scholarship Club members may pay a one-time membership fee, however this fee is only for the services offered to premier Scholarship Club members and not an application fee.
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