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Arkansas Right To Life - Video Resources for human development, sex education, or health education secondary school classes,or new parent or childbirth education. (c) 19982002 arkansas Right to http://www.artl.org/video.shtml
Extractions: issues of today - crisis pregnancy. Pat Boone interviews real people who, in the midst of crisis situations, let love be their guide. They found "a better way" by choosing life instead of abortion. Approximately 28 minutes. A Matter of Life and Death : Information packed with facts on the various abortion techniques and a woman's candid remarks about her abortion. Excellent introduction for volunteers. Approximately 16 minutes. After The Choice : Actual experiences of abortion retold by women who know intimately the pain, sorrow, and loss resulting from the decision to kill their unborn children. Approximately 25 minutes. Assignment Life : A powerful film chronicling a news reporter's investigation into abortion. Based on real experience, it includes interviews with those involved on both sides of the abortion issue, as well as showing scenes of both a first-trimester suction abortion and a second-trimester salt-poisoning abortion. (Because of these short but very graphic scenes, the video would not be suitable for young children.) This video is also known as A Matter of Choice and is approximately 27 minutes. Dear Children : A compelling, powerful story of one woman's journey from the abortion experience to God's love and forgiveness, of couples who have put their lives back together after an abortion, of women who share their grief and guilt because of their part in an abortion - with commentary by Dr. Susan Harvath, clinical psychologist and expert on Post Abortion Syndrome. Approximately30 minutes. Abridged Edition also available.
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Extractions: Parents can get referrals from two places to locate sympathetic experts. Tom and Sherry Bushnell of Washington state operate a national network for home-schooling families with special needs children called Nathhan, or the National Challenged Homeschoolers Association Network For more information write to, 5383 Alpine Road, S.E., Olalla, WA 98359 or call 253-857-4257.
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Extractions: State Board in three major areas: 1. Reviewing Grant Proposals - One of the most important ways that a Local Council helps the State Board is by reviewing any grant proposals to the Children's Trust Fund that originates from their county. This requirement is written into the statute that established the Children's Trust Fund. It is the responsibility of the certified Local Council to review all Trust Fund applications from an individual county and decide which program would best serve the county. Proposals approved by the Local Council are forwarded on to the State Board where they compete with other proposals who have been through the same county-level review process. The Local Council review process allows the community to determine the types of programs that will be funded in their county. 2. Facilitating Collaboration and Developing New Programs
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Extractions: SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FRIDAY, April 11 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. REGISTRATION 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. GENERAL SESSION I PTA delegates vote on AR PTA bylaw changes, resolutions, legislative program, etc. 10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. WORKSHOP SESSION I Presidential Preparations for Success A presentation of information and useful skills that will assist a PTA President and Vice President in having a successful journey through their year. PTA Membership Participants will share proven strategies for increasing membership. Participants will be asked to share their successes and failures in recruiting and involving members. Legislation and Education Issues There is no greater advocate for children than a parent armed with information. Learn how you can advocate for Arkansas children and the effects the Blue Ribbon Commission will have on education in Arkansas.
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