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 . . Language Centers and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). These are followed by the State Department of Education. The State's functions are performed by the Commissioner of Education, who is also . . . director of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Commissioner of Education The Commissioner of Education is appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for a term of four years. The commissioner is the chief executive officer of the State Department of Education. The commissioner is vested with the authority to supervise the fiscal affairs of the department, to regulate the fiscal operations of the department and to remove officers of the department. Deputy Commissioner of Education Deputy Commissioner of Education is appointed by the Commissioner of Education. The deputy commissioner is the chief operating officer of the department. The deputy commissioner shall serve as the principal administrative officer of the department and shall be empowered to administer, direct, and control the day-to-day operations of the department, subject to the general supervision and control of the Commissioner of Education. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is responsible for carrying out various educational and cultural functions in the United States. Some of the responsibilities of the bureau are to prepare for and conduct international and inter-state educational and cultural exchange programs; to establish and maintain libraries and museums; to assist the United States Educational Foundation (USEF) in the accomplishment of its work; to organize and supervise cooperative educational and cultural programs; to administer the Fulbright Fellowship Program; and to prepare reports to Congress on educational and cultural activities. The United States Educational Foundation (USEF) The United States Educational Foundation was founded in 1905, after the passage of the Smith-Lever Act of that year, which encouraged American colleges and universities to sponsor international education exchange programs. The USEF is the recipient of the funds allocated by Congress to support exchange programs for teachers and students from other countries. The foundation's programs include short-term, semester, and yearlong teaching, study, and service exchange programs. United States State Department The United States State Department is responsible for maintaining relations between the United States and other countries, through the Bureaus of Political and Economic Affairs, Consular Affairs, and Education and Cultural Affairs. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) is responsible for programs which promote American educational and cultural interests abroad. The ECA . . 


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