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Funding Education

Table of Contents
  1. Teacher Education Requirements & Resources
  2. Funding Education
  3. Parents and School
  4. Private Education
  5. Public Education
  6. Life after High School
  7. Special Education
  8. Students
  9. Learning Disabilities

Programs and Scholarships

Post-secondary education can be very expensive, especially for students with disabilities. However, help is available through different scholarship funds and financial aid sources. Financial aid is not only available to those attending a college or university. It is also available for elementary and high school students who wish to attend a private school. Listed below are links that will connect you with different financial aid resources.

LDOnline is a leading resource for persons with disabilities and their families. This article provides helpful information for those seeking financial aid.

Children's Scholarship Fund
The Children's Scholarship Fund seeks to help needy families by offering tuition assistance for elementary and high school students.

College Board
The College Board is a nonprofit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college resources and opportunities. The website explains how financial aid works and what steps need to be taken to obtain financial aid.

U.S. Department of Education
The U.S. Department of Education sponsors a website called "Explore Financial Aid". It lists scholarships available through the U.S. Department of Education.

Last Updated on 8/16/2017