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Military Child Education Coalition

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Education & Literacy
  • Veterans & Military Families

Location

909 Mountain Lion CircleHarker Heights, TX 76548 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

MCEC's mission is focused on ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, grief and loss.

Description

The Military Child Education Coalition is a 501c(3) world-wide organization.To address the unique challenges of military-connected children, including separations caused by deployment, trauma grief and loss.

The enduring strategic goals that the Military Child Education Coalition seeks are:

  • Military-connected children’s academic, social and emotional needs are recognized, supported and appropriate responses provided.
  • Parents, and other supporting adults, are empowered with the knowledge to ensure military-connected children are college, workforce and life-ready.
  • A strong community of partners is committed to support an environment where military-connected children thrive.

Reviews

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by daniel t. (October 5, 2012)
I have a horror story that may be usefull to convince anyone how important your mission is and thankyou.my mothers family were in mass. Fathers family in texas. I was Born in ethiopia. Dissabilitys kept out of the military.at 8 years old in germany problems brats face ,home,school,and lack of education I went to an obstical course with 2 friends.when they went home I put a 14`rope over my head climbed 20`and jumped.its crazy how little info would of changed the event that's still got control of my life.I will stuff envelopes or anything I qualify for.id like to avoid embarassing my father with the story that's also impacted him terribly

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