Special And Gifted Center_Gifted And Talented for Gifted Talented; arkansas arkansas AGATE; California publication on giftedand talented education. Connection, teacher training, parent resources and more. http://www.edgateteam.net/sped_gifted/giftandtalent.htm
State Resources arkansas Part C Coordinator; Preschool Coordinator; ICC Chair; State Director ofSpecial education; parent Training and Information Centers; Title V Director; http://www.fed-icc.org/links-resources/state.html
ASLA - Arkansas Student Loan Authority arkansas Department of Workforce education The arkansas Technical Careers StudentLoan forgiveness program was arkansas Single parent Scholarship Fund http://www.asla.state.ar.us/other/
Arkansas Student Loan Authority following 3% Department of education*. 1% Student Loan Guarantee Foundationof arkansas (SLGFA)**. *(1 loan. Federal parent PLUS Loan. PLUS http://www.asla.state.ar.us/programs_services/federal.html
Extractions: Federal Student Aid Programs The U.S. Department of Education has established federal financial aid programs that are available to students attending post-secondary education institutions. The federal programs are determined and awarded on the family's financial need. Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Grants are free money that do not have to be repaid. Workstudy allows students to work and earn money to pay for college expenses. Loans are money that is borrowed and must be repaid with interest. The federal financial aid programs are: Pell Grant Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant College Work-Study Federal Perkins Loan ... Federal Stafford Loan (subsidized and unsubsidized) Federal Parent PLUS Loan With the FAFSA, Arkansas residents are also applying for the state and federally funded:
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Extractions: TelCom Services Teachers - Receive a second year of Lesson Planet for FREE! ... by choosing our Smart Saver Long Distance Program Top Sites this Week Science: Middle School Physical Science Resource Center Math: Project Interactive Social Science: America at War - Time for Kids Language Arts: International Children's Digital Library Project: Stay Safe Online Lesson Plan: Ready.gov from the Department of Homeland Security Top Sites Archives Educational News Schools Seek to Reassure in Wartime Special Education May Get Overhaul Make-A-Wish Foundation Helps Sick Student Go to College privacy Found websites and other resources for ' learning disabilities. Lesson Plans Book Software Maps ... Videos More 'learning disabilities' books Supplies Online Courses Category matches for: ' learning disabilities Home/Education/Parent Resources Learning Disabilities (70) Home/Education/Special Education Learning Disabilities (57) Home Education Parent Resources ... Learning Disabilities Web Sites (31-40 of 59): KidSource OnLine for Healthcare- Index - Healthcare Articles Diseases and Illnesses General Health and Medicine Preventative Care Nutrition Growth and Development Product Recall Notices Safety Substance Abuse Attention Deficit Disorder Learning Disabilities Physical Disabilities and General Dis...
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Kent State University Parent Resources parent resources. Early Childhood Intervention Program . arkansas Special Educationhttp//arkedu.state.ar.us/directory/accountability_p2.html. http://fpsrv.dl.kent.edu/ecis/Web/Parent Resources/ParentResource.htm
Extractions: Alabama's Early Intervention System www.rehab.state.al.us/intervention.htm Alabama Department of Education Alabama Special Education Alabama Preschool Handbook http://www.alsde.edu/documents/65/Handbook_0-5_wDisabilitiesP.pdf ADRS Early Intervention Systems Office Locations http://www.rehab.state.al.us/ei_offices.html ALASKA Alaska Department of Education http://www.educ.state.ak.us/tls/sped/ Alaska Maternal, Child and Family Health (Early Intervention) http://www.hss.state.ak.us/dph/mcfh/SectionMCFH.htm Alaska Special Education http://www.educ.state.ak.us/tls/sped/ ARIZONA Arizona Community and Family Health Services
ASPSF News teachers inspired my friend to further his education, Single parent Scholarship Fundsare the same for hundreds of mothers and fathers here in arkansas. http://asis.jonesnet.org/singleparent/news.htm
Extractions: by Ralph H. Nesson A recent conversation with a friend brought home ever so poignantly the critical importance of encouragement. Raised in a Middle Eastern country wracked by poverty and violence, my friend decided at the age of eighteen that he had no possibility of developing and using his skills in his homeland. American teachers at a local university urged him to apply for scholarships abroad, an effort he enthusiastically undertook. The University of Chicago offered him substantial financial aid and he leaped at the opportunity to study at that renowned institution. After graduation, his pursuit of a business career led him to his current position as a president of a very successful construction firm in northwest Arkansas. With a wonderful wife and three children, he feels that he made excellent choices for himself and his family. Just as those American teachers inspired my friend to further his education, Single Parent Scholarship Funds are doing the same for hundreds of mothers and fathers here in Arkansas. Our scholarships represent an opportunity to learn and grow and prepare for a life-transforming career. Positive interaction with Fund board members is the starting point for such a dramatic change in one's life: this form of community support is at the heart of what we do, enabling single parents to open many doors for themselves!
Extractions: For Advocacy Support Videos and Handbooks Nationwide Services Bodin Associates based in Los Altos, CA and serving a national and international client base. Keys to Safer Schools provides advocacy services to parents of children being discriminated against by school districts LD Online interactive guide for children, parents, teachers, and others involved with learning disabilities Learning Strategies, Inc. on-line advocacy, assessment, and tutoring serving special needs students National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems referrals to local agencies Richard Crandall providing free services via the Internet. Advocates for Human Potential based in Sudbury, MA. Judith E. Greenberg Child and special education advocate also provides expert witness testimonybased in Rockville, MD. Autistic Interactive Click Pages Over 200 pages of multimedia learning, support, and information services Stephen E. Trotter, Ph.D.
Arkansas Department Of Education and the development of the arkansas Alternate Portfolio With a background in theeducation of children with She plans and coordinates parent training and http://arkedu.state.ar.us/directory/accountability_p4.html
Extractions: The Arkansas Project for Children with Deafblindness is a federally funded project, administered through the Arkansas Department of Education, Special Education, that serves individuals from birth through the age of 21 who are deafblind or who are at risk of being deafblind. The Project, which is in the second year of a four-year funding cycle, provides training, technical assistance and information to families, educators and others who work with these individuals. The Project supports the philosophy of the inclusion of the individual in educational, vocational and community environments. FAQS Use the pull down to select a question What is Deafblindness?
Parent Training And Information Centers (PTIs) arkansas arkansas Disability Coalition FOCUS, Inc. DREDF Exceptional Family Support,education and Advocacy Sinergia/Metropolitan parent Center United We Stand; http://www.dssc.org/frc/TAGuide/pti.htm
Extractions: Home Funded by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Parent Training and Information Centers in each state provide training and information to parents of infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and young adults with disabilities and the professionals who work with their families. This assistance helps parents participate more effectively with professionals in meeting the educational needs of children and youth with disabilities. Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona
Extractions: Grant Information Regulations Project Summaries Grant Information Program: MEP Consortium Incentive Grants (CFDA Number 84.144B) Authorization: Secs. 1303(d) and 1308(d) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended (P.L. 107-110) Total Funds Awarded in FY 2002: $2,300,000 Total Number of Grantees: 39 Eligible Applicants: State educational agencies (SEAs) Program Description: Under section 1308(d), the FY 2002 MEP Consortium Incentive grants were awarded to SEAs that proposed to participate in a consortium with another State or entity and demonstrated, in accordance with section 1303(d)(3) of the ESEA, that doing so would: Reduce administrative costs or program function costs for State MEP programs; and Make more MEP funds available for direct services to add substantially to the welfare or educational attainment of children to be served. In addition, section 1308(d) requires that SEAs receiving grants form consortia to improve the delivery of services to migrant students whose education has been interrupted.
Extractions: Call 835-9000 for schedule of monthly meetings held on the fourth Thursday at Brandon Conference Center, two blocks south of Children's Hospital in Little Rock. Call 982-0105 for help with the procedures in getting special education services from your local school district and training class for parents in developing an IEP. CHADD membership is $35, which includes a quarterly newsletter, monthly meetings ($3 charge for nonmembers), lending library, handouts. Learning Center of Central Arkansas
Extractions: Pros and Cons of Educational Options In Arkansas, the compulsory attendance law requires children ages 5-17 to be in school. Parents have three options in providing for the education of their children: public school, private school and home school. A decision of this magnitude involving the education of your child deserves careful study and calm reflection. All three options have advantages and disadvantages to be weighed carefully. Public education offers the following advantages: It is already paid for by taxes which are mandatory whether a child is educated in the public schools or not. Public education offers a well-accepted path to a recognized high school diploma, and offers assistance in continuing education in college with some scholarship opportunities not available outside public education. Public education institutions have good resources for teaching: laboratories, trained personnel, administration, etc. Public education institutions offer many opportunities for extracurricular activities, which are usually not available to those outside public education. Transportation to and from school, and even to some extracurricular activities is available.
Extractions: powered by FreeFind Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention: The Parent Connection Two of the biggest concerns parents have when they send their sons and daughters to college are whether they will be safe, and whether they will do well academically. Both of those concerns are legitimate, and both are closely related to alcohol and other drugs, whether used by the student or by their fellow students. So parents deserve to know what schools are doing to curb alcohol and other drug use, and college administrators must be prepared to answer tough questions about their alcohol and other drug prevention policies and programs. For Parents of College-Bound Students What Colleges Are Saying to Parents About Alcohol and Other Drugs Parental Notification Additional Resources For Parents of College-Bound Students The Center for Parental Freedom is a coalition of parents, teachers, pediatricians, psychologists, dentists and children who seek to have parental and personal rights respected in US schools and universities. This site is to provide accurate information, support, and resources to assist parents and others in raising children to be healthy, drug-free, productive adults. In pursuit of this mission, the Parenting
Arkansas Homeschooling - A To Z Home's Cool time of the written test, a parent or legal even if you don't live in arkansas. SchoolDistrict Homeschooled students receiving special education services at http://www.gomilpitas.com/homeschooling/regional/Arkansas.htm
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Arkansas Homeschooling Laws - A To Z Home's Cool The parent/guardian has the responsibility of providing the notarized Return to Arkansashomeschooling information. and Get a Real Life and education by Grace http://www.gomilpitas.com/homeschooling/laws/blAR.htm
Extractions: Homeschooling books and supplies at discount, no sales tax, and now free shipping! A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling I am Ann Zeise , your guide to the best and most interesting and useful sites and articles about home education on the web. Search Home Recent Articles Events Join Email List ... Free Newsletter Site Index: A B C D ... Z Arkansas Homeschooling A to Z Home's Cool Arkansas Education Code For Homeschooling This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Check for updates at your public library or on the Arkansas Department of Education website Compulsory attendance - Between 5 and 17 years of age on or before September 15 of that school year. Teacher certification required? - No.
Extractions: ARKANSAS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION'S LEGISLATIVE AGENDA The Association will work to bring Arkansas' public schools into constitutional compliance as called for in the Lake View decision. Strengthening Public Education and Teacher/Educational Support Professional Quality Protecting Children's Health and Safety Maximizing Student Learning Improve instructional technology and support Ensure that the school accountability program (ACTAAP) is functioning in a manner that is designed to enhance school effectiveness and student performance Ensure the proper use of standardized testing and encourage the use of a variety of student performance measurements.