Cardona Secretary congratulates 2021 recipients of the President's Education Awards Program almost 1.85 million graduates of primary, media and secondary schools in more than 18,750 recognized schools on September 17, 2021 Contact: (202) 401 -1576, PRESS @ ED. GOV
  • The Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, nowadays He congratulated the Primary Program of Education of the President of 2021 (PEAP), recognizing almost 1.85 million graduates of primary, middle and secondary school graduates in their educational achievements. Students come from more than 18,750 public, private and military schools of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and American military bases abroad.

    "President Biden and I are delighted to recognize this year's homage and celebrate his achievements with the nation, along with their families, teachers and communities that helped them throughout their educational journey, he said The Cardona Secretary. " Because all the difficulties and heart pain during the last school year, I firmly believe that we, as a country, and this generation increasing, can arise from this challenging time even stronger. The President's Education Awards Program, Honerees, has forged the opportunity of the crisis and is served from its resolution, its ingenuity and its tireless optimism to excel ".

    peap was founded in 1983. Every year Since then, the program has provided the schools of our nation the opportunity to recognize graduate students who comply with high standards of academic excellence and those who have given their best effort, often overcoming obstacles to their learning.

    Every year, eligible graduated students K-12. They are selected by their school managers for recognition in two categories:

  • The President Award for Educational Excellence: This Award recognizes academic success In the classroom. To be eligible, students must meet the requirements, including the average ratings or other school fixation criteria and the choice of state tests or the recommendations of the MAE Stros
  • The president's prize for educational achievement: This award recognizes students who show exceptional educational growth, improvement, commitment or intellectual development in their academic subjects, but do not meet the criteria for the award of excellence Educational Its purpose is to encourage and reward students who give their best effort, often against obstacles. The criteria for this award are developed in each school.

    Individual recognition is awarded by the President and Secretary of Education of the United States, in partnership with the National Association of Principal of Elementary School and the National Association of Directors of High School. The award includes a greeting card to the student and a certificate signed by the President, the Secretary and the school principal.

    Unlike other programs, the principal has an exclusive discretion in choosing recipients based on eligibility. There is no limit on the number of prizes as long as students meet the criteria for each set of school prizes.

    Despite the uncertainty and challenges related to Covid-19, the program continued to accept and satisfy nominations so that the recognition of students can continue.

    A list of schools, by state and territory, participate in the president's education awards is available here.

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