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Marines halt new enrollments in tuition assistance programs; other services could follow

WASHINGTON – Some Marines are scrambling to find ways to pay for classes after a surprise announcement that the Marine Corps has stopped new...

Education resources for Women's History Month

Women have played a very important role throughout history, and Women's History Month gives us the chance to celebrate these accomplishments....

What a Steal: A Lady Seahawks soccer player from Cmdr. William C. McCool Elementary and Middle School, in white, steals the ball from two Harvest Christian Academy Eagles during a game at the Blue Jacket Field on U.S. Naval Base Guam Feb. 15. The Lady Seahawks currently hold a record of five wins and one loss. Department of Defense Education Activity photo by Lianna Bloom

Lady Seahawks celebrate soccer victories

The Lady Seahawks have been doing spectacular with their victories against their opponents this soccer season.

At this time, they have...

Schools on military bases could close under defense cuts

WASHINGTON -- If massive Defense Department cuts go through next year, little-noticed potential victims on the chopping block include the schools...

Things learned, observed in Pacific high school winter sports Week 12.0

When it comes to seeding teams for this week’s Far East High School Basketball Tournaments, not all the top seeds were created equal.

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McCool students awarded for Hard Work

Cmdr. William C. McCool Elementary and Middle School seventh graders held their second quarter awards assembly at the campus on U.S. Naval Base...

Walk and Talk program head and volunteer Sarah Vinch passes out markers to students for them to keep track of the number of laps they complete during recess at Andersen Elementary School on Andersen Air Force Base Feb. 7. Department of Defense Education Activity photo by Shawnette Celes

Andersen Elementary promotes solutions that fit

Thanks to Sarah Vinch, volunteer and head of Walk and Talk, along with Lisa Ritzman and Karen Massin, the safety issues that occurred at the...

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DODEA: Teachers could face furloughs if defense cuts take effect

YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The Department of Defense Education Activity has developed a contingency plan that would place teachers at military...

Deadline for 2013 scholarships for Military Children fast approaching

FORT LEE, Va. – In today’s economy, it’s hard to find the money for what many could consider the luxury of a higher education. Getting a...

Exceptional teen awarded Youth of the Year for NBG

Rebecca Marini was awarded as U.S. Naval Base Guam’s (NBG) Child and Youth Programs (CYP) 2012 Youth of the Year at the facility on NBG Jan. 25....

Sesame Street Addresses Divorce

Sesame Street launched its newest outreach effort aimed at parents and caregivers to help young children cope with divorce: Little Children, Big...

Introducing Staying Strong - New Online Tool Supports Military Families

Parents and educators have a new online tool to promote resilience and emotional health in military-connected children. It’s called Staying Strong...

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