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United States Department of Education

www.ed.gov

 
U.S. Department of Education`s mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. ED is dedicated to: • Establishing policies on federal financial aid for education, and distributing as well as monitoring those funds. • Collecting data on America`s schools and disseminating research. • Focusing national attention on key educational issues. • Prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to education.
  • Number of Employees: 1K-10K
  • Annual Revenue: $500M-1 Billion
  • www.ed.gov
  • 400 Maryland Ave SW
    Washington, DC USA 20202
  • Phone: 202.401.2000

Executives

Name Title Contact Details
Reed Rubinstein
Acting General Counsel Profile
Judy Villeneuve
Director, Office of Compliance Services Profile
Jed Brinton
Deputy General Counsel Profile
Carlos Muniz
General Counsel Profile
Carlos Muniz
General Counsel Profile

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