Military Student Resources

An open source technical system that facilitates data sharing and exchange of ideas amongst educators.

Some terrific online and mobile early learning resources are now available to families and teachers free of charge on a new website, courtesy of the Fred Rogers Center Early Learning Environment (ELE). Ele's online community provides a safe place to ask questions and participate in discussions with other families and early childhood professionals.


The Department of Defense Education Activity, Educational Partnership is proud to offer "Keeping Students at the Center," a resource for school liaison professionals designed to support their role by providing additional information, tools and resources to work effectively with families, schools and communities. The content of the modules will provide school liaisons with additional background on the issues, organizations, and policies that guide their work.

The web-based, online modules were developed in close coordination with the military services. They were designed to supplement the training each Service provides with additional information, tools, and resources. The focus of the online modules is to offer relevant material and helpful information in a format that is engaging, insightful, and thought provoking. The modules include videos, downloadable presentations/briefings, fact sheets and links to relevant websites and resources. the content of the modules include hands-on resources that can be used and manipulated by school liaisons to brief military families, educators and other relevant personnel on critical topics related to the military life and education.

The precursor to Keeping Students at the Center modules is "Students at the Center," an educational resource specifically for military parents, the military community and school leaders. Students at the Center is available online and in print or on a CD through Military OneSource.

To access Keeping Students at the Center visit their website.

The DoDEA Educational Partnership Branch is pleased to announce the launch of the "Be Here" attendance campaign Toolkits! These toolkits contain downloadable "ready-to-go" briefs, flyers, PSAs, newsletter/newspaper articles, message templates and much more. The resources are organized into three toolkits: Schools & Teachers; Parents & Students; Military Leadership & SLOs. Whenever possible, DoDEA has provided resources in WORD or PPT format so that they may be modified and/or revised to meet your specific needs. The toolkits are available at the DoDEA Educational Parternship Branch website.

Please feel free to provide the link on your websites, and share the resource with all of your stakeholders and partners in your efforts to improve attendance and inform families about the new DoDEA attendance policy. Please check back often as DoDEA continues to update the site with additional resources. We hope you find these toolkits helpful in your efforts to promote the "Be Here" campaign, and ultimately improve attendance.

This site compiles resources related to military students, their families and educators, and DoDEA activities. Includes sections on Communication with Parents, Military Life and Culture, pertinent Legislation, and other topics of interest to military-dependent student education.

MISA is an association of school superintendents that aim to provide all military impacted students with high-quality educational opportunities. They provide information and resources for military families and training for educators of military-dependent children.

This Guide was sponsored by the Educational Opportunities Directorate of the Department of Defense in order to inform educators about the impact of deployment on military families and to provide them with strategies of overcoming the challenges their students face.

The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) is tasked with helping schools and military installations meet the needs of transitioning military-connected students by providing information to develop systems and processes to solve transition problems.

Education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) will play a crucial role in preparing our students for the coming challenges of entering and succeeding in the 21st century workplace. In this interview with Phi Kappa Delta International, Peggy Brookins, director of the Engineering and Manufacturing Institute of Technology (E.M.I.T.), discusses the importance of STEM courses and how to engage students in these vital subjects. Many DoDEA grant projects focus on enhancing educational opportunities in STEM courses for military-connected students.

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