MIC3 Presents: NFHS and Extracurricular Activities for Military Students - December 1, 2020
By Cherise Imai, MIC3 Executive Director | Davis Whitfield, NFHS Chief Operating Officer
Have you ever wondered what the role of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is in relation to the Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission (MIC3)? This webinar will explore the NFHS’ mission and purpose as an ex-officio organization of the MIC3.
Cherise and Davis will discuss how NFHS supports the Compact and military families by ensuring healthy participation and good sportsmanship in education-based activities.
MIC3/MCEC Parent to Parent - April 30, 2019
By David Splitek, MCEC Program Manager | John I. “Don” Kaminar, MIC3 Commission Chair
Do you want to know more about what is covered in the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children (MIC3) and how it impacts your child as you move from state to state? This webinar dispels common myths regarding what the compact does and does not cover and highlight the significant points of the compact in understandable terms to help military parents of school-aged children recognize their rights.
Listen to David and Don as they walk you through and answer questions on the Compact.
Dr. David Splitek
John I. "Don" Kaminar
MIC3 State Coordination Policy - March 8, 2019
By Daron Korte, MN | MIC3 Commissioner and Compliance Chair
Article VIII, State Coordination, of the model compact language, Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, provides for the appointment of a State Commissioner and a State Council for the implementation, administration, and advocacy of the Compact. This policy ensures compliance with the Statute or Code requirements that each member State maintains a State Commissioner and a State Council
Learn more about this policy from Daron Korte. Daron is the Assistant Commissioner at the Minnesota Department of Education and oversees programs for Special Education, Compliance and Assistance, Rulemaking, and Health, Nutrition and Youth Development.
The College Admissions Process - Things to Keep in Mind - Jan. 4, 2019
By Sara Appel | Midwestern Higher Education Compact
Do you have concerns regarding mobile military families and their ability to navigate the college admissions process? How do you apply for financial aid? Do dependents of active duty service members receive in-state tuition at public post secondary education institutions, even though they recently moved to that state?
Learn more about college admissions with Sara Appel, Multi-State Collaborative on Military Credit at the Midwestern Higher Education Compact. Sara has been working with student service-members in higher education for over 20 years. She has an undergraduate degree in Secondary Education and a master’s degree in History with an emphasis on Research.