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Community Partners: Pacific Region
The American Samoa Department of Education is comprised of 22 ECE (or early childhood education) centers, 22 elementary schools, and 6 high schools. The education department serves over 15,531 students in grades K-12, early childhood education and special education programs.
Early intervention in American Samoa is services and supports designed to help families with infants and toddlers under the age of three who have a developmental delay or disability. Early intervention builds upon the natural learning occurring in those first few years.
The mission of the College of the Marshall Islands is to provide quality, student-centered educational services to Marshallese people who desire access to a postsecondary education. As a community college we provide access to students from a wide variety of educational backgrounds and help them acquire the skills necessary to succeed in higher education, work, and in life.
The Division of Special Education is committed to the development of the mind, body and spirit of every student through the unified efforts of the school, family and community; supported and nurtured by appropriate funding and training, accountability, teamwork and advocacy.
The Pacific Islands Regional Office of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The Pacific Islands Regional Office manages programs that support both domestic and international conservationand management of living marine resources within the Pacific. The Pacific Islands Region is comprised of American Samoa, Guam, Hawaii, the Northern Mariana Islands, and other U.S. Pacific islands.
Northern Marianas College, through its commitment to student learning, provides high quality, affordable and accessible educational programs and services for the individual and people of the Commonwealth.