• Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission - The goal of the Compact is to replace the widely varying policies affecting transitioning military students. The Compact leverages consistency with a comprehensive approach that provides a policy that is available to every school district statewide. The Compact addresses key educational transition issues encountered by military families including enrollment, placement, attendance, eligibility, and graduation. Children of active-duty members of the uniformed services, National Guard, and Reserve on active duty orders, as well as members or veterans who are medically discharged or retired for one year are eligible for assistance under the Compact.

    Family Resilence Training for Military Families, entitled, "FOCUS," provides resilience training for military children, families, and couples. FOCUS stands for Families OverComing Under Stress. This training teaches practical skills to help families and couples overcome common challenges related to military life. It helps build on current strengths and teaches new strategies to enhance communication and problem-solving, goal-setting, and to create a shared family story.

    Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) delivers programs, services, and professional development to meet the needs of military-connected students, parents, and professionals. This is an online community for military children ages 6-17, that provides access to age-appropriate resources to support children dealing with the psychological challenges of military life. MKC offers informative activities, helpful videos, and an online community that can build and reinforce understanding, resilience, and coping skills in military children and their peers.

    Military OneSource is a 24/7 connection to information, answers, and support to help achieve goals, overcome challenges, and thrive. As a member, military families are eligible to use the program anytime, anywhere. Military OneSource assists with tax services and spouse employment, in addition to offering webinars and online training, relocation and deployment tools, and much more.

    NC Supports Military Children North Carolina is home to the 4th largest military population in the U.S., including more than 52,000 school-age children of active duty military, Guard and Reserve. North Carolina appreciates its military connections and strives to provide support systems to meet the needs of military families.

    Fort Bragg Schools Liaisons - School Support Services provides Army school-aged youth with educational opportunities, resources, and information necessary to achieve academic success. A branch of Child & Youth Services (CYS), School Support Services, features School Liaison Officers (SLOs), who help schools, installations, and families work together for student achievement.