ABSTRACT

Executive Order 13969: Expanding Educational Opportunity Through School Choice   [open pdf - 212KB]

Alternate Title: EO 13969: Expanding Educational Opportunity Through School Choice

From the Document: "As part of their efforts to address the public health challenges and uncertainties posed by the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic, State and local officials shut down in-person learning for the vast majority of our more than 56 million elementary and secondary school students beginning in late February and early March of this year. Since then, however, our Nation has identified effective measures to facilitate the safe resumption of in-person learning, and the Federal Government has provided more than $13 billion to States and school districts to implement those measures. The prolonged deprivation of in-person learning opportunities has produced undeniably dire consequences for the children of this country. [...] A failure to quickly resume in-person learning options is likely to have long-term economic effects on children and their families. [...] To help mitigate these harms, the Department of Health and Human Services recently announced additional relief for low-income parents by allowing States to use funds available through the Child Care and Development Fund to subsidize child care services and services that supplement academic instruction for children under the age of 13 who are participating in virtual instruction. [...] I am committed to ensuring that all children of our great Nation have access to the educational resources they need to obtain a high-quality education and to improving students' safety and well-being, including by empowering families with emergency learning scholarships."

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Executive Order 13969; EO 13969
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2020-12-28
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Public Domain
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Federal Register: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/browse/collection.action?collectionCode=FR
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pdf
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application/pdf
Source:
Federal Register (January 4, 2021), v.86 no.1, p.219
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