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Education after Katrina: Time for a New Federal Response
 
Marking two years since Hurricane Katrina's landfall, the Southern Education Foundation (SEF) released a new report on August 29 that updates the status of displaced students and reviews the federal government's efforts to address the hurricane-related education challenges in the Gulf Coast.

The report is rich with data and detail about the condition of children and the systems of education on which students are now relying to prepare them for life and work.

The report release will be released on Wednesday, August 29, 2007 at 9:30 a.m. at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

At the National Press Club in Washington, the Southern Education Foundation released its report, Education after Katrina: Time for a New Federal Response on August 29, 2007, the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

The following materials relating to the report that are available on this web site:

Education after Katrina: Time for a New Federal Response

An Executive Summary of the report

There are supplemental materials available only on this web site:

Stories of Struggle for Education after Katrina:

The Saddest Days: Katrina Experiences Through The Eyes Of College Students conversations among Xavier & Dillard University students.

This isn't the America I know, a mothers story about her sons education after Hurricane Katrina by Kathey Boisseau.

Not the kids fault at all, a mothers story about her childrens education after Hurricane Katrina by Angela Morgan.

Other Links to special materials that provide resources to organizations addressing education challenges facing the Gulf Coast following the devastation of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

 

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