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  1. Grant opportunities
    The U.S. Department of Education administers about 200 grant programs. Descriptions of those programs, as well as applications and guidelines, can be found in the  grants overview . You may...
    Date Updated: 01/19/2012
  2. Student loan account access and information
    If you have a Direct Loan (William D. Ford loan) with the U.S. Department of Education, you may  access your account  on the web.  On this site you can access account information, make...
    Date Updated: 02/01/2012
  3. Pell Grant
    The Federal Pell Grant Program provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate and certain post baccalaureate students to promote access to post secondary education. Students may use their...
    Date Updated: 08/04/2011
  4. Loan forgiveness for non-teachers
    It is possible to have your student loan debt discharged (canceled) or reduced, but only under certain specific circumstances, circumstances, including death or permanent and total disability...
    Date Updated: 09/24/2012
  5. Trouble paying back student loan
    If you are having trouble making your education loan payments, immediately contact the organization that services your loan. You might qualify for a deferment, forbearance, or another form of...
    Date Updated: 07/27/2011
  6. Financial aid
    First, please visit our student aid website.  You will find general information on our financial aid programs, eligibility, the application process and repaying student loans.  If you...
    Date Updated: 01/13/2012
  7. Complaints against a school or college
    You should address complaints to local or state officials. First address your public school complaint to the local school district and then to the state department of education .   Colleges and...
    Date Updated: 08/16/2012
  8. Student loan in default
    If you default on your student loan, it means you failed to make your loan payments as scheduled.  Your school, the financial institution that made or owns your loan, your loan guarantor, and...
    Date Updated: 07/27/2011
  9. Paraprofessional requirements
    The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) also known as No Child Left Behind, is designed to help children reach academic standards. Paraprofessionals are important in improving student...
    Date Updated: 05/23/2012
  10. Grants and loans to go to college
    To apply for grants or loans to go to college, complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) . The U.S. Department of Education's student financial assistance programs...
    Date Updated: 07/19/2012

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