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from Homeschooling to College, Military-Brats to Military-Spouses, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Airmen. Find lots of great resources relate to formal (and informal) educational needs for the military-family.

When transferring with an individualized education program, the new school is required to provide a free appropriate public education. This includes providing comparable services to those available through the current IEP. While the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that the new school provide services, it does not require that the services at the new location be exactly the same as those provided by the previous school. ~~ MilitaryAvenue.com

Homework Help & Resources. Online tools and articles from the experts

The Military-Family: Homework Help

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The 2014 Scholarships for Military Children Program program is open! Submit your application to your commissary no later than February 28, 2014.

Three Scholarship Programs for the military-family are open. Children of Active Duty & Retired, Gold Star children, & Military-spouses all have an opportunity to apply. militaryscholar.org/ Thank you Fisher House!

Fisher House Foundation Scholarship Programs

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For our Homeschooling Military-Families I thought this was rather intriguing: Minecraft Homeschool - Where Learning and Gaming Collide! - MilitaryAvenue.com

Minecraft Homeschool | Where Learning and Gaming Collide!

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Military Veterans and Spouses ... if you are interested in Human Resources classes this is a great program from Syracuse University geared for the military family. The program is paid for in its entirety by JPMorgan Chase & Co. so it is a free online course. Registration is through December 15th for January classes. So learn more about it today!

Military Avenue - Article View

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Why a Growing Number of Military Families are Home Schooling by Low VA Rates

5 Key Questions About College from MOAA - MilitaryAvenue.com