Promotion of education is one of the three primary objectives adopted in the original Bylaws of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. Most of the DAR schools began with a small group of children in disadvantaged areas where public education was not accessible. The schools have grown into fully operational campuses, meeting the changing needs of their communities. Today the DAR Schools encompass a variety of special needs programs including attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, adult literacy, and children in family crisis. We also serve thousands of other eager students from pre-school through college who need a place to learn to fulfill their potential. Also work with Young American Works Charter School in the District of Columbia.
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Last Updated: April 3, 2013