Extractions: for information on loan forgiveness in education SEARCHABLE INDEXES AND SPECIFIC JOB LISTINGS l inks searchable by geographic region links searchable by discipline or job title links searchable by employer links less than two weeks old frequently used links For more listings, General Job Search contains over 100 sites; many can be searched by discipline and/or geographically.
Jobs & Internships - Education (K-12) Section Link Specific Populations. Websites for k-12 Education Jobs Certification. AcademicPlacements Private Secondary schools. alaska Teacher Placement. http://www.careers.wsu.edu/content/JobsInternships/education.html
Topic Areas-K-12 ESL Education for ESL education in grades Prek-12 in the United program in Prince George's County(MD) Public schools. Foundation and the University of alaska Southeast to http://www.cal.org/topics/k12ed.html
Extractions: In a five-year program of research, CAL and its collaborators, Harvard University and Johns Hopkins University, seek to improve our understanding of the factors that predict success as Spanish-speaking children learn to read and write in English. Knowledge about these factors could be applied in the classroom to enhance the teaching of English literacy. The Aspire Curriculum: Professional Development for Bilingual and ESL Paraprofessionals As part of a career ladder project at the University of Central Florida, CAL has developed and field-tested a curriculum for the professional development of paraprofessionals who work with English language learners. CAL conducts workshops for such paraprofessionals and for staff developers to present the curriculum. Comprehensive Center, Region XIV
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Region IV Comprehesive Center Alaska RAC 1995 and 1996 Federal Register alaska Native Knowledge Collection mathmid (Annotated)NASA k-12 Internet Initiative Consortium for Northwest schools Views of http://www.ael.org/cac/aklinks.htm
K-12 Programs language teachers who are not formally certified to participate in classes throughthe University of alaska toward their Electronic Field Trips in k12 schools. http://www.cedu.niu.edu/~bailey/leit535/k12.htm
Extractions: Although one must always be cautious of a commerical equipment provider touting the success of its technology, this remote area of Alaska appears to have benefited a great deal not only from the advent of distance learning technology but also the creativity which the schools have shown in implementing it effectively. The North Slope of Alaska has the largest school district in the United States. It encompasses 88,000 square miles of frozen tundra with few accessible roads and 2,000 students scattered throughout the region. Many of the students are native Inupiat tribe members who receive some instruction in their own language. The school district uses videoconferencing to provide greater accessibility of instruction locally to students who might otherwise have to attend boarding schools. It also allows some of the Inupiat language teachers who are not formally certified to participate in classes through the University of Alaska toward their teaching certification.
K-12 Education Projects Awards, July 1999 k12 EDUCATION PROJECTS AWARDS Division of Education Programs Announced July 1999.alaska. schools for a New Millennium projects (using new technologies http://www.neh.gov/news/awards/k12_education99.html
Extractions: DESCRIPTION: A four-week national institute for 30 schoolteachers on the cultures of the Americas before and after the encounter with Europeans focusing on Mexico and Peru, southwest Indians in the U.S., and the impact of the encounter on Europe. Schools for a New Millennium projects (using new technologies to enhance learning)
Technology Plan: District Overview Profiles of Kodiak Rural schools Akhiok Akhiok is located residents, 93.5% of whomare alaska Native, live in Akhiok, attended by 14 students in grades k12. http://www.kodiak.k12.ak.us/tec/tpover.html
Extractions: The Kodiak Island Borough School District, in close cooperation with our diverse island community, exists to provide an educational program of the highest standard that empowers all students to achieve personal and academic excellence while developing their full potential as responsible, productive citizens. Kodiak Island Borough School District (KIBSD), established in 1948, is a rural, public school district located on remote Kodiak Island, the second largest island in the United States, in the Gulf of Alaska. Kodiak Island Borough, which encompasses the entire island, has a population of 13,848. The island has only one, small city, Kodiak, where the majority of the population is concentrated. There are six outlying Alaska Native villages on the island, accessible only by boat or small plane. The village populations range from 41 to 276 persons. The only road system on the island is located near the City of Kodiak area and extends approximately 40 miles one way and 15 miles the other way from the City proper. The remainder of the island, with the exception of the six villages, is virtually uninhabited wilderness. Akhiok is located on the southern end of Kodiak Island and was once a sea otter hunting settlement. One hundred residents, 93.5% of whom are Alaska Native, live in Akhiok, an Alutiiq village dependent upon fishing and subsistence activities. Public sector employment and seasonal work provide cash flow into the community. KIBSD operates one school in Akhiok, attended by 14 students in grades K-12.
Charter School Websites: Alaska Charter School Websites alaska. Anchorage, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades k12,Enrollment 674. and complete information on all charter schools across the http://edreform.com/charter_schools/websites/alaska.html
Extractions: Alaska Anvil City Science Academy , Nome, AK, Opened Fall 1998, Serving Grades 5-8, Enrollment: 43 Aquarian Charter School , Anchorage, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades K-6, Enrollment: 220 Ayaprun Elitnaurvik Yup'ik Immersion School , Bethel, AK, Opened Fall 1999, Serving Grades K-4, Enrollment: 149 Delta Cyber School , Delta Junction, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades K-12, Enrollment: 149 Family Partnership Charter School , Anchorage, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades K-12, Enrollment: 674 Fireweed Academy , Homer, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades 3-6, Enrollment: 26 Juneau Community Charter School , Juneau, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades K-6, Enrollment: 60 Ketchikan Charter School , Ketchikan, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades K-6, Enrollment: 125 Midnight Sun Family Learning Center , Wasilla, AK, Opened Fall 1997, Serving Grades K-8, Enrollment: 90 Academics' Plus , Maumelle, AR, Opened Fall 2001, Serving Grades 6-12, Enrollment: 100 For the most current and complete information on all charter schools across the country, check out the latest edition of the
Native American K12 Schools On The Internet K 12 schools (and related sites Mohawk Nation, Rooseveltown, NY ANSER, Arizona NativeScholastic Enrichment and Resources Program The alaska Native Education http://www.hanksville.org/NAresources/indices/NAk12.html
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McCann's PooR Farm K-12 Schools Links And Virus Report Online schools on the web.Category Reference Education K through 12 Public schoolsMy school list is excellent resource for teachers who want to develop pen pal exchanges, Add your School link Free, Information to help you with homework, http://poor-farm.com/School-list.html
Rebuild America - K-12 Schools k12 schools. Energy Efficiency in Education. Lead OrganizationAlaska Energy Authority. Date Joined3/27/01. Partnership Summary http://www.rebuild.org/sectors/communityk12.asp?OrganizationID=2691
Extractions: Title : Coming Into the Country: Pioneering K-12 Internet Access in Alaska's Interior Type : Award NSF Org : RED Latest Amendment Date : September 23, 1994 File : a9454193 Award Number: 9454193 Award Instr.: Standard Grant Prgm Manager: Barbara W. Mihalas RED DIV OF RSCH, EVALUATION AND DISSEMINATIO EHR DIRECT FOR EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES Start Date : September 15, 1994 Expires : August 31, 1995 Expected Total Amt. : $101,343 Investigator: Pamela J Keating firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsor : U of Alaska Fairbanks Fairbanks, AK 997750900 907/474-7821 NSF Program : 7263 NETWORKING INFRASTRUCT-EDUCAT Fld Science : 99 Other Sciences NEC Fld Applictn: 0000099 Other Applications NEC Abstract : 9454193 Keating Summer, 1994 A three-day meeting will be organized on the UAF campus with leaders in collaborating school districts, UAF faculty, and UA and UAF computing support personnel, with a NorthWestNet/UACN network engineer. This program will be designed to explore technical options for interconnection, programmatic opportunities for simultaneously reforming schools and the education of educators, and the implications, for knowledge access and exchange, particularly in the sciences, of deploying computer-mediated communications through the Interior region. Fall, 1994 The network engineer will inventory, in collaboration with district and school personnel, districts' computing capacities, existing technology infrastructure, and potential level of infrastructure investment. Although all possible forms of network connection will be explored, particular attention will be paid to the possibilities of satellite-to-cable connections for opening the Internet to these rural sites. Winter, 1995 Consultations and collaborative inquiry will continue, as districts clarify the extent of their commitment - physically, financially, and programmatically - to this collaboration, and develop action-plans for technological deployment and educational improvement. District leaders expect to interact with each other and UAF colleagues from the central UAF campus, as well as those at the rural campuses through dial-up access during this planning period. Spring 1995 Circulation of ideas and plans for development will begin the physical and programmatic interconnection of these educators, across the educational continuum, in Fairbanks and Alaska's rural Interior. Progress and plans will be reported and shared externally, as well. Just as work-to-date in extending Internet access to our K-12 colleagues has been discussed and reported in national and international meetings (Smith, Keating and Li, 1989; Smith and Keating 1990; Keating and Smith, 1991; Keating and S mith, 1992; and Keating, 1992), I anticipate that the special case of rural Alaska 1) in terms of technological deployment; 2) the explicit attention to technologically linking schools and Schools of Education for systemic school improvement and simultaneously improving the education of educators, which goes well beyond the formal partnership envisioned by Goodlad and colleagues to regular, real-time communication and exchange, and; 3) the potency of this medium for improving science education through the connection of scientists and science educators with science teachers in schools - especially rural and remote school sites - will yield even more information about internetworked computing and communication in education which will be reported and shared in the appropriate communities.
Extractions: NCRVE Home Site Search Product Search This page contains links to WWW pages maintained by K-12 vocational programs. The original "call for sites" appeared in "NET Gain" in the November/December issue of AVA 's (now ACTE's) Techniques journal (p. 17). To suggest a site for listing here, please send the URL to David Carlson at NCRVE: email@example.com Please also visit the NCRVE Other Sites and State Departments of Vocational Education pages, which have links to organizations that may provide useful information and resources for K-12 educators and students. Anderson County Career and Technology Center Williamston, South Carolina Attleboro High School Attleboro, Massachusetts Barre Regional Vocational Technical Center Barre, Vermont Building Boats with Children Hermon Hutchens Elementary School, Valdez, Alaska Burlington Technical Center Burlington, Vermont Cape Cod Tech Harwich, Massachusetts Career-Technical Education Program New Horizons Regional Education Center, Hampton, Virginia Catoosa Technology Center Technology Education Lab, Catoosa Middle School, Catoosa, Oklahoma
K-12 Distance Education Examples to expand our investigation of k12 distance education The technology affords collaboratingschools a shared to Canada and the United States, including alaska. http://www.wested.org/tie/dlrn/k12de.html
Extractions: K-12 Distance Education Examples This page is meant to demonstrate the variety of K-12 distance education delivery modes, as well as the variety of originators. In the next few months we plan to expand our investigation of K-12 distance education programs and will post our results at this site. The UT TeleLearning Center (UTTLC) at the University of Texas at Austin delivers six high school classes by audioconferencing . The classes include Health Science Technology Education, TeleLanguage (Spanish and German), TeleRap (a roundtable discussion for teenagers), and a special migrant student program called Algebra Across the Wire. All courses are approved by the Texas Education Agency, count toward graduation, and fulfill Texas essential elements. Algebra Across the Wire is funded by a Texas Education Agency Migrant Student Program contract. Migrant students usually withdraw from schools, attend classes in various states, and then return to their original school. Unfortunately, this often results in partial credits that do not count toward graduation. Therefore, Algebra Across the Wire offers an alternative credit option to secondary migrant students as they travel or attend summer school. For more information about this program, contact: Darcy Walsh Hardy, Ph.D., Director, UT TeleLearning Center, The University of Texas at Austin, EIMC, P.O. Box 7700, Austin, 78713. Phone (512)471-2902 or Fax (512)471-7853 or Janice Bailey, Administrative Assistant (512)471-9285 or 1-800-252-3461. You may also visit
Welcome To K-12 Literacy Links, books, tips, information, contact information.Category Regional North America A Anchorage EducationLiteracy Curriculum Corner Mardell Kiesel, Literacy k12 Curriculum Coordinator AlaskaContent Standards. Elementary schools, Middle schools, Secondary schools. http://www.asd.k12.ak.us/depts/reading/
Extractions: Alaska Teacher Scholarship Program The Alaska Teacher Scholarship Program targets high school seniors graduating from rural districts. Superintendents typically nominate one or two graduates, who are eligible for a $7,500 per year loan at any accredited University to pursue their teacher certification. Students must agree to return to Alaska and teach in a rural district. A portion of the loan is credited back to the student s annually, so at the end of their six years they will have received the full amount of the initial loan plus interest. Search the W eb site or call the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education at 1-800 441-2962 for more information about the program. To be considered, contact your district superintendent. Source: www.state.ak.us/acpe Teacher Scholarship Loan (TSL) Program: This program is designed to encourage high achieving high school graduates to pursue a career in education. Only students who are currently enrolled in a teacher education program and interested in teaching in rural areas are eligible. Students may borrow up to $7,500 per year not to exceed a total of $37,500, for in-state or out-of-state study. These loans may be used to cover tuition, books, room and board, and transportation cost. Loans must be repaid within 15 years. Borrowers under the TSL program may be eligible for 100 percent loan forgiveness provided they are employed in a state-defined rural school district.