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The “Military Interstate Children’s Compact” and how it pertains to you!

01/10/2011 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Moving to a New School, Your Child's Ages & Stages, Student 2 Student Programs Worldwide, Transition to College, Special Topics

Have you ever moved from one state to another only to find out your new school wouldn’t give you credit for some of the classes you took in your former state?  . . . or you find that you are excluded from an extra-curricular activity because you missed the try-outs or elections?  The Military Interstate Children's Compact and its operating authority, the Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission (MIC3), have been created in order to address these issues and many more (such as attendance, enrollment, eligibility, placement and graduation).  Visit the™ Library under the "Moving - School Transitions" heading where you'll find more information about how MIC3 is working to ease the transition of moving for military children.

Have you ever experienced a problem/issue when changing schools that you’d like to share?  We’d love to hear from you!

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