A Complete Education

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A Complete Education
1 Raising standards to prepare students for college and the workplace
1.1 LITERACY
1.1.1 Priority will be given to states that have adopted common, state-developed, college- and career-ready standards
1.1.2 Competitive subgrants to high need districts to support comprehensive literacy programs
1.1.3 Improve literacy instruction
1.2 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics(STEM)
1.2.1 Providing substantial support to high-need districts in implementing high-quality instruction in at least mathematics or science and may also include technology or engineering
1.2.2 Use technology to address student learning challenges
1.2.3 support comprehensive STEM instruction in the grades and schools with the greatest local need
1.2.4 align other local, state, and federal resources with their plan to improve instruction in STEM subjects; propose to implement programs that have the strongest available evidence; propose to implement activities in the schools with the greatest need; or have a plan for sustaining the strategy.
1.3 ENSURING A WELL-ROUNDED EDUCATION
1.3.1 strengthen the teaching and learning of arts, foreign languages, history and civics, fnancial literacy, environmental education, and other subjects.
1.3.2 improving student performance in one or more of these subjects
1.3.3 integrate teaching and learning across academic subjects; to use technology to address student learning challenges; and at the high school level, to work with colleges or universities to ensure that coursework is truly aligned with those institutions’ expectations
1.4 COLLEGE PATHWAYS AND ACCELERATED LEARNING
1.4.1 increase access to accelerated learning opportunities for students
1.4.2 Carry out activities that help students prepare for, or directly provide, college-level work (including early-college or dual-enrollment programs, Advanced Placement (AP) programs, and International Baccalaureate programs), other accelerated learning programs, and gifed and talented programs in elementary or middle schools
1.5 ACTIVITIES TO STRENGTHEN A COMPLETE EDUCATION
1.5.1 Carry out additional activities to improve teaching and learning in academic subjects

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