Our footprint consists of three districts (East, West, South), operating in eight countries.Do DEA Pacific operates 49 schools that serve over 23,500 children of active duty military and civilian employees.
My information is compiled from my interactions with administrators in the Department of Education, at Hunter College Campus Schools, the Hunter College Center for Gifted Studies, the Citywide G&T programs, as well as from directors at Insideschools.org, members of Community Education Councils, members of the City Council and the media.
In addition, I continually review the district parent listserves at yahoogroups.com, local newspapers and the Department of Education website.
For charter schools, although these titles might not exactly mirror what a particular school calls them, the titles or roles that are of most importance for information and communication purposes are: The contact information for many new charter schools is often not complete or up-to-date on SEDREF.
Please review the SEDREF information for to ensure that all information is current.
Do DEA operates 168 schools in 8 districts located in 11 foreign countries, seven states, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Approximately 8,700 educators serve more than 73,000 Do DEA students.
All schools within Do DEA are fully accredited by U. Do DEA, as one of only two Federally-operated school systems, is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, and managing prekindergarten through 12th grade educational programs on behalf of the Department of Defense (Do D).
Our schools are geographically organized into three districts serving 22 U. military installations across the Guam, Japan, Okinawa and South Korea.
Approximately 60% of the children of military families in the U. are school age and the majority of them -- nearly 80% -- attend local education agencies (LEAs) throughout the nation.
Another layer of protection comes from the federal Title IX law that prohibits public schools from discrimination based on sex.