The KnowHow2Go Campaign was created in partnership with the Lumina Foundation for Education, American Council on Education, and the Ad Council. The site provides information for students in middle school through high school and their parents. Parents, guardians, teachers, and guidance counselors can sign up for an e-newsletter written especially for them.
Students of all ages can use the College Preparation Checklist, published by the U.S. Department of Education, to find out what they can do to prepare for college.
USCollegeSearch.org is a free resource covering all the colleges and program offerings in the US. Their website has occupational guides, financial aid resources and FAQ’s on all the different programs.
Technical-Schools-Guide.com which is a free resource covering all the technical schools and programs in the US. Their website has career guides and resources to help people discover career paths that match their skill sets and life goals.
The Electronic Campus, created by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), is a comprehensive one stop source for information about higher education opportunities and services designed for adult learners and e-learners. Information is also available for traditional students.
Visit the Adult Student webpage on the U.S. Department of Education's website provides valuable information for adults who want to continue their education.
Accredited Online Colleges and Universities, is a free and informative resource that ranks each university throughout the nation by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission, graduation, and retention rates. Site highlights schools that offer online degree and certificate programs.
The Critical Need Scholarship for Teachers is a state-sponsored financial assistance program to help schools staff their classrooms with fully certificated teachers. Teachers who lack standard certification to teach in their critical need area of instruction may be reimbursed for courses they complete to achieve standard certification.
SREB's Teacher Center helps teachers in Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) states search for online programs or courses, understand highly qualified standards in their states, prepare for a test, or find a job.
Under the Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program, individuals who teach full time for five consecutive, complete academic years in certain elementary and secondary schools that serve low-income families and meet other qualifications may be eligible for loan forgiveness.
If your business or organization has a scholarship that you would like to promote, please contact the Delaware Higher Education Office at email@example.com to find out about including your program in the Delaware Scholarship Compendium for fall 2013, or you may complete the Scholarship Description Form (Word or PDF) and return it to the us by fax (302-739-5894) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Compendium is distributed to high schools throughout Delaware each fall.
If your group or organization would like to promote a financial aid night, college fair, or other event to help students plan and pay for college, we would be happy to add it to our "Community Events" webpage. Contact Renee Holt (email@example.com) at the Delaware Higher Education Office with the details of your event.