Stateline.org: Education Title I To Local education agencies, according to a Census Bureau report on publiceducation. Staff Writer, Stateline.org Alabama alaska Arizona Arkansas http://www.stateline.org/issue.do?issueId=124
About AlaskaFamily.org support and education to parents and education professionals across alaska. TheAFP advisory committee members represent agencies and parents http://www.alaskafamily.org/about.shtml
Extractions: AlaskaFamily.org is an online community of parents, teachers and early childhood service providers. The purpose of the site is to create a place on the Web to share resources relevant to Alaskans on adoption, child development, disabilities, educational issues, Native issues, training opportunities, and other topics related to childhood development and education. AlaskaFamily.org has been developed by the Alaska Family Partnership. This site depends on the participation of parents and educators across the state to work. This means you! To learn how to contribute to AlaskaFamily.org see help or look at the topic This Site Alaska Family Partnership is a grant program of the Fairbanks Native Association to provide training, support and education to parents and education professionals across Alaska. The AFP advisory committee members represent agencies and parents from all over Alaska. This committee will meet quarterly via teleconferences to ensure this program will reflect and meet the needs of families and educators across Alaska.
Indigenous Education Links established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and Science Foundation,have formed the alaska Native/Rural education Consortium to http://www.wested.org/lcd/indigenous_el.htm
Extractions: ERIC's Clearinghouse for Rural Education and Small Schools has compiled this active document of organizations and resources for educators of Native Americans. The Native Education Directory includes organizations, governmental agencies, and schools that are involved in the education of Native students and serve a statewide, multistate, or national audience. The National Indian Telecommunications Institute is a Native-founded and run organization dedicated to using the power of electronic technologies to provide American Indian and Alaskan Native communities with extensive educational tools, equal opportunity and a strong voice in self-determination. NITI's involvement includes on and off-site technology, training, teacher support and curriculum development (from Web site). The site offers information on education reform, telecommunications policy, language preservation resources on the Internet. Links to exceptional math, science, Native education, and general education on-line resources are also available.
WestEd - Title IX Indian Education Toolkit These formula grants help local education agencies and Indian and alaska Native tribesprovide sound educational programs and opportunities for American Indian http://www.wested.org/cs/wew/view/rs/498
Extractions: This toolkit is designed to help both new applicants and continuing grantees complete the federally funded Title IX Indian Education Formula Grant. These formula grants help local education agencies and Indian and Alaska Native tribes provide sound educational programs and opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native students. However, grantees indicated in a survey by WestEds Indigenous Education Collaborative that the grant forms can be difficult to complete. This Title IX Education Toolkit responds to that need. Specifically, it takes users through the grant application with step-by-step tools and tips. Table of Contents
Indedeo by a party against the United States, its agencies or instrumentalities other Executiveorder relating to American Indian and alaska Native education. http://www.niea.org/indedeo.htm
Extractions: THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For immediate Release August 6, 1998 EXECUTIVE ORDER 13096 AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE EDUCATION By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, in affirmation of the unique political and legal relationship of the Federal Government with tribal governments, and in recognition of the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. Goals. Sec. 2. Strategy. In order to meet the six goals of this order, a comprehensive Federal response is needed to address the fragmentation of government services available to American Indian and Alaska Native students and the complexity of inter-governmental relationships affecting the education of those students. The purpose of the Federal activities described in this order is to develop a long-term, comprehensive Federal Indian education policy that will accomplish those goals. (a) Interagency Task Force.
Extractions: Site Index Site Options Contact Us April 3, 2003 Schools Departments About ASD School Board ... myASD Consider this a key to gaining more information on special education from key national websites. Clicking on these links will take you away from the Anchorage School District's Web site. Each link will open in a new window. Council for Exceptional Children
RRFC Network funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of educationprograms, practices Regional Resource Center (WRRC) alaska, American Samoa http://www.dssc.org/frc/rrfc.htm
Extractions: The six Regional Resource Centers (RRCs) are specifically funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices, and policies that affect children and youth with disabilities. The RRCs help states and U.S. jurisdictions find integrated solutions for systemic reform, offering consultation, information services, technical assistance, training, and product development. The beneficiaries of the RRCs' work are children and youth with disabilities, and the families and professionals associated with them.
OSEP Technical Assistance And Dissemination Network Projects Consists of over 40 projects funded by the United States Department of education's Office of Special Category Reference education Special education States served include alaska, American Samoa, California 3808 fax email@example.comThe primary information among federal, state, and local education agencies. http://www.dssc.org/frc/oseptad.htm
Extractions: ERIC is a distributed national information system designed to provide users with ready access to an extensive body of education-related literature. ERIC, established in 1966, is supported by The National Library of Education, a part of the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The ERIC system WWW Home Page is maintained at the ACCESS ERIC facility. ERIC encompasses the world's largest and most frequently searched education database and a decentralized network of knowledgeable and helpful subject experts. ERIC also maintains an extensive Internet presence, including the award-winning AskERIC question-answering service and Virtual Library, the National Parent Information Network, and more than a dozen subject-oriented gopher and World Wide Web sites.
Extractions: PowerPoint Presentation about GETN (file is approximately 1.4 Mb) The Government Education and Training Network (GETN) is a network of Federal Government agencies using a common satellite carrier for interactive television (1-way video, 2way audio). This interoperable network allows the various user agencies to share distance/distributed learning programs and use common facilities. Audio interaction is achieved using one of two systems: a push-to-talk system provided by A.T. Products (used by all DOD and a few other agencies), or a student response unit provided by One Touch Systems (used mostly by civilian agencies). GETN was conceived and developed in 1992 at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, by the Air Force Institute of Technologys Center for Distance Education, in partnership with the Army Logistics Management College at Ft Lee Virginia, and with the pioneering efforts in digital technology of the National Technological University of Ft Collins, Colorado. GETN has grown from 2 uplinks in 1993 to 12 digital-Ku-band satellite uplink broadcast centers with 13 video channels available reaching over 800 fixed-dish downlink sites located throughout the CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
ARTSEDGE: Professional Resources: Contacts Rasmuson Library, University of alaska Fairbanks. COSN) http//www.cosn.org/ (WashingtonDC represent state and local education agencies, nonprofits, companies http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/professional_resources/contacts/contacts.cfm?
NAMI-Alaska Home Page information about community provider agencies around the ill through advocacy, education,referral, research alaska Mental Health Trust Authority represents http://www.nami-alaska.org/
SESA Programs: DSI Program alaska Dual Sensory Impairment Services (DSI). Appropriate education must addressboth the hearing and well as educational, medical, or social service agencies. http://www.sesa.org/sesa/agency/programs/dsi.html
Extractions: Bibliography of Selected Library Materials Belonging to the Dual Sensory Impairment Program Special Education Service Agency (SESA) is the recipient of federal funds under The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to provide technical assistance for children and youth, ages through 21 years who have both vision and hearing impairments. Dual Sensory Impairment (DSI) provides services at no cost and in addition to those provided by schools and infant learning programs. The purpose of DSI Services is to assist service providers and families in preparing learners with dual sensory impairments for quality lives in their homes, schools, and communities. Some of the activities provided by DSI Services include: technical assistance to service providers and families through onsite consultation, inservice training, support to attend trainings specially addressing DSI issues, promotion of home-school partnerships and collaborative teaming, access to a parent navigator, an extensive lending library, and to resources and information. Information regarding dual sensory impairments (aka: deafblindness) is available concerning local, state and national resources. The DSI newsletter, Keeping In Touch, and program mailings provide up-to-date information. The SESA library maintains current literature and videotapes specific to deafblindness.
ACCSCT education agencies (a phone number is provided for agencies with no web site). AlabamaOffice of Career Technical education. alaska Vocational Technical Center. http://www.accsct.org/resource/resource_links.html
Extractions: The list below is comprised of links to other accreditation and higher-education related organizations. Their inclusion on this list is in no way an endorsement of the products or services offered by these organizations nor does it guarantee the accuracy of the information contained on the linked web sites. Please report any broken or out-of-date links, as well as suggestions for additional links, to the webmaster Postsecondary Career School Organizations Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools Career College Association ... National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences U.S. Department of Education Main Department Site Office of Postsecondary Education Student Financial Assistance Free Application for Federal Student Aid Vocational School Guide GoTRAIN State Vocational Education Agencies (a phone number is provided for agencies with no web site) Alabama Office of Career Technical Education Alaska Vocational Technical Center Arkansas Department of Workforce Education Colorado Community College and Occupational Education System ... Idaho State Division of Professional-Technical Education Indiana Department of Workforce Development (317-232-1829) Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (651-296-8113) New Hampshire School-to-Work Initiative Oklahoma Department of Career and Technical Education Utah Adult Education Services (801-538-7821)
MASCOTS - List Of State Education Agencies MASCOTS List of State education agencies. These are the State agencies to contact. alaskaWeb site alaska Department of education 801 West 10th http://www.aics.org/mascot/agencies.html
Extractions: These are the State agencies to contact. Telephone them, email them, fax them, send ground mail, or even stop by and visit with them, but let them know what you think. Be sure to mention specific schools by name, including city, and the mascot name. CLICK ON A STATE FOR INFORMATION AK AL AR AZ ... WY **Hawaii is not included in this table at the moment UPDATE FORM Alaska Web site: Alaska Department of Education
Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association Four A's works together with the community to provide support for people living with HIV/AIDS and Category Health Conditions and Diseases United States alaska medical advances and the support they receive from agencies like ours to those livingwith HIV/AIDS in alaska, as well as prevention and education which is http://www.alaskanaids.org/
Extractions: Four A's e-News: Four A's Clients share their stories in our 2002 Annual Report... As the years have passed, HIV/AIDS has evolved and we are entering a new era. It is no longer a little known epidemic but a highly researched disease. When HIV/AIDS was first identified, the longevity of life was gloomy. Now, individuals are living longer and fuller lives because of the medical advances and the support they receive from agencies like ours, the Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association (Four A's). However, these marvelous accomplishments have not made living with HIV/AIDS easier, just different. The Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association continues to reach out to our community and provide quality supportive services to those living with HIV/AIDS in Alaska, as well as prevention and education which is key to ending the transmission of HIV/AIDS and its stigma. On behalf of the clients, family members, staff and board, we want to thank all of you who have so generously supported the Four A's and all of those who will support us in the future.
Extractions: State Resources Federal Resources Private Resources State Resources Most states now have some form of student assistance. These financial aid programs vary by state. To find out the details of state grants and loans, students should contact their state agency or college financial aid administrator. State Higher Education Assistance Agencies: Alabama Kentucky North Dakota Alaska ... Wyoming Directories maintained by the U.S. Department of Education: Federal Resources U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Grant Search Page OSEP Grant Writing Information U.S. Department of Education Student Financial Assistance Student Loan Cancellation/Deferment Options for Teachers ... Creating Options: A Resource on Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities (pdf) Project EASI...Easy Access for Students and Institutions
Local Partnerships proprietary institutions of higher education, local government agencies, parent organizations Indiantribes and organizations, alaska Native villages, and http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/envrnmnt/stw/sw0local.htm
Alaska Child Abuse Prevention Network other topics related to childhood development and education. been developed by theAlaska Family Partnership and planned parenthood agencies throughout hundreds http://www.akchildabuseprevention.org/links.shtml
Extractions: Alaska Children's Trust (ACT): Alaska's children deserve to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment. The mission of the Alaska Children's Trust is to improve the status of children in Alaska by generating funds and committing resources to promote healthy families and to assist in developing healthy communities. www.eed.state.ak.us/EarlyDev/trust/ You can also view a recent Public Service Announcement. (1.8 MB MPG) (Download Here) Parents Anonymous® was founded in 1970 through the extraordinary efforts of a courageous mother seeking help to create a safe and caring home for her family. National studies have concluded that Parents Anonymous has a significant impact on alleviating child abuse and neglect, irrespective of other services provided including parent education classes and individual therapy. Today, Parents Anonymous has groups in nearly every state, plus DC Northern Mariana Islands, Canada, Australia, Bermuda, England, Germany, and Sweden. http://www.parentsanonymous-natl.org
Extractions: LD OnLine introduces the LD OnLine Yellow Pages ! This exciting new venture brings information about professionals who serve children and adults with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota