H.R.6434 - Broadening Opportunities Through Education Act

To direct the Secretary of Education to award grants to States that enact State laws that will make school attendance compulsory through the age of 17. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To direct the Secretary of Education to award grants to States that enact State laws that will make school attendance compulsory through the age of 17. as introduced.
  • Short: Broadening Opportunities Through Education Act as introduced.

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Official Summary

Broadening Opportunities Through Education Act - Directs the Secretary of Education to award competitive grants to states that make school attendance compulsory through age 17. Requires states to use their grant to improve their secondary school programs, such as by: establishing or expandi

Official Summary

Broadening Opportunities Through Education Act - Directs the Secretary of Education to award competitive grants to states that make school attendance compulsory through age 17. Requires states to use their grant to improve their secondary school programs, such as by: establishing or expanding work-based programs that integrate academic and career-based skills; implementing an early warning system that helps high schools and their feeder middle schools identify and assist struggling students; establishing grade and school transition programs and supports; personalizing the school experience and increasing student engagement through service-learning and experiential, work-based, and other learning opportunities; providing extended-learning opportunities by the school day, week, or year; and increasing student supports through activities such as student advisories, counseling, and one-to-one mentoring.

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