SHEEO Agencies SHEEO agencies. on Higher education PO Box 302000 Montgomery, alabama 361302000 ValerieF. Lewis, Commissioner (C) Department of Higher education 61 Woodland http://www.sheeo.org/agencies.htm
State & Regional Higher Ed Links SHEEO Homepage SHEEO agencies Contact Us Sitemap Search. Higher education Links. alabamaalabama College System alabama Commission on Higher education http://www.sheeo.org/helinks/state-links.htm
Extractions: The Alabama Association of School Boards welcomes you to its website! AASB is the official voice of the state's local school boards and other boards governing K-12 public education agencies. We are dedicated to improving educational opportunities for all Alabama public school students through the improvement of local lay education governance. By pooling resources through its membership, AASB provides services which one school board could not economically provide alone. Boardmanship skills training, risk management programs and practical publications are among the many services provided to AASB members. In addition, AASB represents the interests of its members before the state Legislature, state Board of Education and other state and national agencies. We're pleased to add another dimension to our services with this website.
Links To State Education Agencies alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware FloridaGeorgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana http://www.nasbe.org/SEA_Links/SEA_Links.html
Extractions: transported to the appropriate page. Select an activity Alabama High School Bands Alabama College Bands and Music Depts National Music Associations State Band Associations Misc. Music Associations Bands, Corps, etc. Education Agencies Information Links Fraternities Commercial Sites Main Links Portal Main Page Member Page Events Page District Information
State Education Agencies State education agencies. alabama Department of education Gordon Persons OfficeBuilding 50 North education Policy Institute, PMB 294, 4401A Connecticut Ave http://www.educationpolicy.org/StateAgencies.htm
Extractions: Home Reform Briefs Newsletter Pubs List ... E-mail EPI In most cases, these addresses and links are to state departments of education. The corresponding web sites vary, but often include information about: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z Territories Alabama Department of Education
Extractions: This Website was developed for the Alabama Department of Education by the Online Academy at the University of Kansas as a resource for institutions of higher education and local education agencies in Alabama as they implement the Academy modules. The resources include online modules; presentations developed by the Academy for faculty and technical staff responsible for implementation; opportunities for discussion among staff of participating institutions and agencies; and resource material shared by instructors or the Academy staff. The intent is to use this site to facilitate the efforts of pre-service and in-service teacher education programs in implementing the Academy modules. The site will be expanded as needed services and resources are identified as being helpful to institutions of higher education and school districts in Alabama as they implement the Academy modules. The Online Academy is engaged in the business of providing e-learning solutions for the 21st century. The Academy develops Web-based modules and other technology innovations for moving validated educational research into actual classroom practice. The existing resources are designed to empower teachers and teacher educators in the areas of Reading, Technology, and Positive Behavioral Support. New content areas are being developed as needs are identified.
State Profiles : Highlights alabama Department of education, Adult Community a partnership with Adult educationFamily Literacy and and conducted workshops with agencies and religious http://www.nationalservice.org/stateprofiles/highlights/al.html
Extractions: "For our Learn and Serve project, the students wrote children's books and magazines. After the books and magazines were completed, we took them to one of the local elementary schools to read to the younger students. The middle school students learn how good it feels to help someone else and also how difficult it is to teach students new things." "In the Birmingham Public Schools, the impact of this program is far reaching. AmeriCorps members serve as tutors in the elementary schools, which increases the proficiency skills of students and increases their test taking skills. Many students would not be able to master basic skills or pass required skills tests without the extra help and support of this program. Educators and principals view it as God-sent."
The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Alabama disabilities) See also MultiService agencies Advocacy and School Diabetes AmericanDiabetes Association - Serving alabama education alabama Department http://www.disabilityresources.org/ALABAMA.html
Extractions: Home Subjects States Librarians ... Contact Us The DRM Regional Resources Directory (States) Alabama - The Heart of Dixie State Index About / Hints / Link General Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program Resource Database American Disability Association Helpline Information and Referral For Mobile, Baldwin, Clarke and Washington Counties, Alabama ... UAB's Civitan AmeriCorps (volunteer program for people with and without disabilities) See also Multi-Service Agencies Advocacy and Legal Rights Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) Aging AARP Alabama Alabama Department of Senior Services ElderWeb: Alabama Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Association - Alabama Chapters Arthritis UAB Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Center (AMC) Arts Very Special Arts Alabama [link not working 9/14/01] Assistive Technology Statewide Technology Access and Response System for Alabamians with Disabilities (STAR) Technology Assistance for Special Consumers (T.A.S.C.) Autism Autism Society of Alabama Blindness and Visual Impairments ADRS Vocational Rehabilitation - Blind Services Alabama Industries for the Blind Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind Alabama Lions Sight Conservation Association ... Subregional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (Huntsville) Brain Injuries Alabama Head Injury Foundation Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury in Alabama Cerebral Palsy United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham Children
Stateline.org: Education Title I To Local education agencies, Pam Baker's bid to remain on the state Boardof education. By David White, The Birmingham News alabama Arkansas Huckabee's http://www.stateline.org/issue.do?issueId=124
Extractions: About CISP - Collaborative effort to build the capacity of state and local education agencies to serve children and youth with and without disabilities in school and community settings. And then came mainstreaming..... - A narrative about the beginnings of mainstreaming and some of the negatives it created for students and teachers in special education. Also readers' discussion. Axis Disability Rights Website Circle of Inclusion - Offers demonstrations of and information about the effective practices of inclusive educational programs for children from birth through age eight. Comforty Media Concepts - Award-winning education programs about including people with disabilities, art, and history. Consortium on Inclusive Schooling Practices - Represents a collaborative effort to build the capacity of state and local education agencies to serve children and youth with and without disabilities in school and community settings. Education Resources - Inclusion - Information and resources concerning inclusion.
Alabama State Resources Lists of state agencies, protection and advocacy, disabilityspecific organizations, technology-related Category Regional North America Disability Resources State agencies and Organizations. of education Special education Mabrey Whetstone,Director alabama Department of education Special education http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/al.htm
Extractions: The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at email@example.com and let us know. Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Higher Education Partnership Links to Other States' education and Higher education agencies State Department of education,alabama Commission for Higher education Partnership PO Box 761 Montgomery http://www.higheredpartners.org/links.html
Alabama Public Television Learning www.adph.state.al.us alabama Department of and Resources National Association forthe education of Young Child Care Resource and Referral agencies www.naccrra http://www.aptv.org/Learning/resources.asp
About Learn & Serve America :: Tribal Grantees About Learn Serve State education agencies. alabama State Department of educationMs. Tammy H. Starnes Iowa Department of education Mr. Joseph P. Herrity http://www.learnandserve.org/about/sea.html
Early Childhood And Elementary Education Local education agencies. Parent education and Support. Funds distributed by theDepartment of education (seven programs) and the alabama Childrens http://www.sreb.org/programs/srr/pubs/PreK/PreK-AL.asp
Extractions: Prekindergarten and Parent Support Programs in SREB States Alabama Program Type and Name Prekindergarten and parent support Alabama Preschool Collaboration Project Year begun Target Population At-risk children, birth through age 4 State Population Totals: Program Requirements None specified; program focus is on language development in the young child. Services determined by each grantee according to locally identified needs; six of the nine funded programs provide center-based prekindergarten; other services include screenings for health and developmental problems and transition-to-school services. Eligible Providers Local education agencies Parent Education and Support Involvement by parents is integral to the project. Services provided include: Funding and Children Served State appropriation Fiscal year 1999 Contact Rosemary Mobley
Educational Technology Cooperative Publications a Technology Scholarship Program for alabama Teachers, which is the responsibilityof the local education agencies. OERI, the US Department of education or any http://www.sreb.org/programs/EdTech/pubs/techstandards.asp
Extractions: SREB Jennifer Burke August 1998 Technology Standards for Teachers To be effective, technology certification for educators needs to be part of formal education policy and a required element of school and teacher evaluations. . . . Educators need a system of technology training and certification. Council on Basic Education, 1998. The rapid increase in the availability of computers and other technology in schools represents a significant investment, and state leaders are concerned about results. To what extent does technology use result in improved student learning? Research has found that teacher skill in using technology is a major factor in improving student learning with technology. Teachers must know not only how to use technology but also when and why to use it. Teacher technology standards identify essential skills teachers need for effective use of computers and other electronic equipment in schools today. State teacher licensure and certification has not kept pace with rapid changes in technology and teaching. Linking technology skills assessments to licensing requirements helps ensure that teachers have the skills to support and guide students and to increase student learning using technology. Twelve SREB states have established teacher technology standards or guidelines that address several levels of competency:
Virtual Schools can be found online at http//www.cait.org/shared_resource_docs/vhs_files And otherschools operated by state education agencies. alabama Online High School. http://www.dlrn.org/virtual.html
Extractions: Call for Examples: Virtual Schools We are working on a second edition of Virtual High Schools: State of the States that will provide a wider view of the field. The first edition, published in Spring 2000, can be found online at: http://www.cait.org/shared_resource_docs/vhs_files/vhs_study.pdf As part of this effort, we are compiling a list of virtual schools. Your assistance is requested in identifying existing and emerging virtual schools not in our initial list. For the purposes of this list, we define a "virtual school" as "an educational organization offering courses designed for K-12 learners through distance learning methods that include Web-based delivery." HYPERLINKED LISTING OF CURRENT SCHOOLS IDENTIFIED Below is the hyperlinked version of our current list. After reviewing the list, you may wish to go to the Virtual School List Survey web site, a site where you can suggest a school NOT YET LISTED or submit a comment, idea or lead about virtual schools. Please examine the listings below, BEFORE suggesting a virtual school through the Virtual School List Survey web site. WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN THE LIST...