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Center for Early Dispute Resolution

Center for Early Dispute Resolution

CEDR (DoDEA’s Center for Early Dispute Resolution) is a neutral, confidential resource that assists DoDEA and its employees in addressing and managing conflicts and disputes
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Curricular Programs

To create a world-class education system, DoDEA has developed rigorous and demanding curriculum standards. The curriculum standards specify what students should know and be able to do. DoDEA curriculum standards are based on the content standards produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Council of Teachers of English/the International Reading Association, the National Research Council's National Science Education Standards and the National Council for Teachers of Social Studies.
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DoDEA Virtual High School

Welcome to the DoDEA Virtual High School (DVHS). Our vision is to prepare our students to live, learn, work and serve the public good in a digital, global society through engaging, synchronous and asynchronous instruction.
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Eligibility and Enrollment - Registration Process

General information and requirements to enroll and attend a DoDEA School

Flu Season is Here -- Take Action Now

If you have the flu, stay home, follow your doctor’s recommendations, and prevent the spread of the flu.
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GradeSpeed Web-Based Program

GradeSpeed. GradeSpeed is a web-based program that enables parents to log-in to view grade and attendance data for their student(s). GradeSpeed will be the only authorized and supported grade book used by DoDEA employees in Grades 4-12.


Graduation requirements for students enrolled in DoDEA Schools

Handwashing: Clean Hands Save Lives

Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others.
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Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children

The Department of Defense, in collaboration with the National Center for Interstate Compacts and the Council of State Governments has developed an interstate compact that addresses the educational transition issues of children of military families.
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Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP)

DoDEA International Schools: Is your family being stationed where DoDEA does not operate a school? Here is information for your family when serving overseas.
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With one in every three children ages 2-19 overweight or obese, the time has come for all Americans to take action...

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent-teacher conferences begin during the month of October. Find helpful information on preparing for meeting.

Prevent the Spread of Norovirus

Norovirus causes about 20 million gastroenteritis cases each year in the United States. There's no vaccine to prevent infection and no drug to treat it. Wash your hands often and follow simple tips to stay healthy.

Regional Calendars

A collection of complete School Year Calendars for each of DoDEA's Regions.

School Liaison Officers

School Liaison Officers serve as the primary point of contact for school-related matters for every military installation. They specifically represent, inform, and assist Commands, assist military families with school issue, and coordinate with local school systems.