I was wondering whether there is a difference between the department of education AFSA and the department of education. I got all my loans throough FAFSA, and not sure if these are the same thing, or same provider.
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Hi! AFSA is American Federation of School Administrators ( http://www.afsaadmin.org )This is the only national education union for school administrators. ( 202 - 986 - 4209 ) They are two different providers. US Department of Education's website is http://www.ed.gov ( 1-800-437-0833 0
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To assist you further on your question, the Department of Education promotes students' achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by ensuring educational excellence. On the other hand, The AFSA as I have mentioned on my previous email provides labor relations, professional and occupational services to public school principals, administrators and supervisors in different schools across US, Puerto Rico and US Virginia Island. Again, these two organizations provide different services. These are two different entities, with different structures and missions.
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