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Study in the United States

Education in the U.S.

The Education System in the United States follows a pattern similar to other countries: Early childhood (or pre-kindergarten) education, Primary (or elementary) school, Middle (or junior high) school, Secondary (or high) school, Postsecondary (college, career, or technical schools) education .

Most education policy is decided at the state and local levels. The federal government role in education is limited, but the Department of Education:
Provides federal financial aid for education and monitors those funds Collects data on America's schools and reports findings Focuses national attention on key educational laws and issues Prohibits discrimination and ensures equal access to education Works to improve teaching performance

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Learn English

If you want to learn English or need to join an English as a Second Language (ESL) program for school or work, these resources can help you find local and online courses:

  • Schools or Nonprofit Organizations: If you live in the U.S., every state, county, and city has its own education programs and resources for learning English. If you have children, talk to their school staff, or contact a community college, university, or nonprofit organization to find local programs.

  • Internet: Learn English from home with the website USALearns.org or download the application to your phone or tablet to practice on the go. Listen to ShareAmerica.gov for audio conversations to learn English.

  • Libraries: In some communities, libraries offer English classes and materials to study. Find a library near you.