ESRI Schools And Libraries Program - Downloads compressed for Macintosh ArcView for schools Libraries file75 KB from ESRI Canada)k-12 SchoolTools extension ELEV_AK.ZIP ZIP-0.6 MB - alaska; ELEV_CA.ZIP http://www.esri.com/industries/k-12/material.html
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CU-Schools In Alaska Skagway School District Location Skagway, alaska, United States 2960 Fax 907983-2964Grades k-12 Subjects many are just trying to conect to other schools. http://www.gsn.org/cu/_cfm/bystate.cfm?schools__State=Alaska
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Extractions: A laska, the first state in the Northwest to pass a charter law (1995), has 16 schools currently operating. Fourteen of them, together enrolling more than 1,800 students, are briefly described here. As distinct from one another as Alaska is from Florida, the schools have as few as nine and as many as 600-plus students. They emphasize subject areas from hard sciences to fine arts. They teach skills from the most basic social skills to the most advanced Internet skills. Here's a brief peek: Academy Charter School Housed in several portable classrooms, this K-5 school in Palmer enrolls 106 students in its back-to-basics program emphasizing the sciences. Daily, 120-minute labs are taught by specialists. Aquarian Charter School This Anchorage school for grades K-6 provides a "gifted" curriculum to all of the 220 students it serves at the Charter School Complex. Using the Accelerated Learning program, the school stresses experiential activities in homework. Aurora Borealis Charter School A back-to-basics K-8 charter enrolling just over 100 students in Kenai, this school is noted for academic rigor, including Latin and Greek for students at all levels. Emphasis is on direct instruction with research-based programs such as Saxon Mathematics and Shurley Grammar. (For a detailed look at Aurora Borealis, go to
Extractions: Equity Center Publications and Resources Meeting the Equity Challenge in Public Charter Schools About this Publication This publication is based on work supported wholly or in part by grant number S004D60006 from the U.S. Department of Education. The content of this document does not necessarily reflect the views of the department or any other agency of the United States government. Permission to reproduce this publication in whole or in part is granted with the acknowledgment of the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory as the source on all copies. Comments or queries may be directed to Joyce Harris, Director, Equity Center, Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory (NWREL), 101 S.W. Main Street, Suite 500, Portland, Oregon 97204. Ms. Harris may be reached directly by phone at (503) 275-9604, or you may use our toll-free number, (800) 547-6339. Appreciation is extended to Brett Lane and Mark Buechler of NWREL for reviewing this publication. Lane is the author of the policy report Choice Matters: Policy Alternatives and Implications for Charter Schools (NWREL, 1998), and the manual
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Educational Placement Peterson's Education Center k-12 schools, private schools, universities, studyabroad, job alaska Teacher Certification and Initial Application. http://www.uiowa.edu/~edplace/OnlineCenter/www/pk-12.htm
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K-12 Schools schools Community. The teachers affiliated with the Red Cedar Writing Projecthave joined teachers in California, New Mexico, alaska, Pennsylvania, North http://writing.msu.edu/content/schools.html
Extractions: Red Cedar Writing Project Teachers meet four weeks in an invitational institute during the summer to share best practices. This project is built on the premise that teachers helping teachers is among the most effective ways to improve educational practice. Project Outreach The teachers affiliated with the Red Cedar Writing Project have joined teachers in California, New Mexico, Alaska, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Louisiana, West Virginia, Georgia, Mississippi, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Oklahoma, and Nevada in Project OUTREACH, funded by DeWitt Wallace and the National Writing Project. Each of the eighteen project sites are conducting research focusing on the particular professional development needs of teachers in low-income school districts and leadership opportunities for teachers who represent racial, ethnic or linguistic diversity. For further information, contact Janet Swenson at email@example.com or at (517)432-3610. Write For Your Life Housed in the MSU Writing Center, the
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Delta/Greely School District Delta/ Greely schools. Leland Stocker Principal PO Box 647 Delta Junction,alaska 99737 (907) 8954460. Delta Cyber School k-12 Enrollment 209. http://www.dgsd.k12.ak.us/district/schools.html
Extractions: view by issue ... Return Home ALASKA: SCHOOL CHOICE: WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE STATES State Profile (Updated June 2001) School Choice Status K-12 Public Schools and Students (2000-2001) K-12 Public School Teachers (2000-2001) K-12 Public and Private School Student Academic Performance NAEP Tests Alaska Student Performance (National) 2000 Reading State (National) Science 4th Grade 4th Grade 8th Grade 4th Grade 8th Grade 8th Grade Advanced N/A N/A Proficient N/A N/A Basic N/A N/A Below Basic N/A N/A A special commission appointed in 1991 to examine the issue of choice released a report in 1992 that favored experimenting with charter schools, magnet schools, and other types of public school choice but stopped short of advocating full choice. Since 1995, Alaska's public schools have been allowed to accept the part-time enrollment of students who are enrolled in private or correspondence schools or who are home schooled. State funding follows the students.
K-12 Schools BERING STRAIT SCHOOL DISTRICT. Northern alaska. CALTEACH. Recruitingfor all California schools. CARSON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT. Central Nevada. http://www.sou.edu/ACCESS/Careers/k-12schools.html
Extractions: Stevenson Union 134 jobsresumes SOU Career Services Home internships interviews SOU Home teachers, internships, careers ACCESS Center Home employers BEAVERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Beaverton, Oregon, near Portland BERING STRAIT SCHOOL DISTRICT Northern Alaska CALTEACH Recruiting for all California schools CARSON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Central Nevada CENTRAL POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 miles north of Medford, Oregon DEL NORTE COUNTY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Crescent City, California, northern coast EAGLE POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT Eagle Point, Oregon, near Medford FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Fairbanks, Alaska FOREST GROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT Forest Grove, Oregon, near Portland GRANTS PASS SCHOOL DISTRICT #7 Grants Pass, Oregon, north of Medford KLAMATH FALLS CITY SCHOOLS Klamath Falls, south/central Oregon JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Madras, Oregon - eastern Oregon
K-12 Schools Make Major Gains In Technology 90 percent of teachers in alaska, Rhode Island Approximately 34 percent, or 30,200schools, responded. Retrieval has published reports on k12 technology since http://www.schooldata.com/pr22.html
A Guide To Alaska In Maps CD-ROM The AGA is an organization of alaska k12 teachers whose primaryaim is to improve the instruction of geography in our schools. http://www.ak-geo-alliance.org/akmaps/
Extractions: What is "Alaska in Maps"? It is a thematic atlas of Alaska. In contrast to a topographic-type of atlas that emphasizes contour lines and selected settlement features, a thematic map offers maps of special topics. Examples of thematic maps found in "Alaska in Maps" include earthquakes, volcanoes, Native language regions, and health care facilities. "Alaska in Maps" was primarily designed for Alaska middle and high school students. However, it is also a useful atlas for anyone wanting to know about the geography of Alaska. Initially the atlas was published in a printed format. This is the traditional format for an atlas. It offers good looks, a good 'feel' and it is easy to use. But, could the atlas be transformed into a new electronic format as well? That was the challenge, and the result, in 2000, was the "Alaska in Maps CD-ROM" that you are using.
NEA-Alaska VOTER GUIDE local schools; prototype schools available; use of upper level centralized prep schools. Comfortin a long term career in alaska's k12 system; support of state http://www.ak.nea.org/stateprimary/senateEwilken.htm
Extractions: NEA-Alaska VOTER GUIDE Candidate : Gary Wilken Senate District E Education Funding Over the past decade the legislature has increased funding by 5%, while inflation has cost schools 30%. Thus, inflation has eroded the funding of our schools by 25%. Would you sponsor legislation that inflation-proofs the education funding formula? No X Education funding in Alaska contains many unfunded mandates-HSQGE, requirements for remediation, requirements for professional development, and alignment of curriculum to standards. Two years ago a task force report of business leaders and educators found the need for additional funding for education to meet the constitutional mandates of the citizens of Alaska. No X Rationale: I would (and have) leaned toward such support and will continue to keep K-12 one of my highest priorities along with public safety and transportation. The legislature has mandated that students demonstrate they can meet standards in order to graduate from high school with a diploma. Despite providing Learning Opportunity Grants this year, additional recurring funding (in the foundation formula) needed to implement programs and hire quality personnel has not been forthcoming. Will you sponsor legislation to adequately fund these mandates?