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Extractions: International and Comparative Law at Columbia Through the Visiting Scholars and Research Fellow Program, Columbia has hosted hundreds of international scholars, professors, members of the judiciary, practitioners, and governmental officials. In a given year, 50-60 international visiting scholars and researchers from around the world participate in this program. In addition to their geographic diversity, their areas of research and scholarship span a multitude of legal disciplines, including comparative and international criminal law, human rights, legal philosophy, commercial and corporate law, constitutional law, and international private and public law. The Visiting Scholar designation is generally reserved for visitors who are senior faculty members at their home institution. Columbia also has established a second scholar designation, Research Fellow, for doctoral and post-doctoral academics.
Pasco 4 New Prototype Schools Large library/media centers with generaluse computers. Pasco school district officialssay SCMs prototype designs have helped it save over $6 million in http://www.scm-ae.com/schools/pasco4.htm
Extractions: Pasco, Washington Rowena Chess Elementary School was the last of four new 2-story, 47,000 SF elementary schools designed for the Pasco School District as prototype school designs. The other three were Emerson, Frost, and Whittier Elementary Schools. Sites vary from 10 to 15 acres in size, including parking, bus pickup, playfields and play apparatus. Construction cost for the first three schools was less than $15 million. Each school features 25 classrooms, administrative offices, library/media center, production kitchen facilities, a combined multipurpose/commons room, stage, and gymnasium. Costs were slashed by having their multipurpose/commons with stage separated by a folding wall from the gymnasiums. The gym is smaller than that of most schools, but the folding wall opens up for larger activities. The concept leads to huge savings in construction costs.
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Extractions: MSDE Bulletin Keeping You Current on Education Reform in Maryland September 18, 2000 Vol. 11, No. 11 Full-Day Kindergarten a State Board Priority The Maryland State Board of Education has voted to make full-day kindergarten one of its budget request priorities in the upcoming year. If the plan to phase in the program over three years is approved by Governor Parris N. Glendening and the Maryland General Assembly, Maryland would become the fifth state (plus the District of Columbia) to implement full-day kindergarten. Although approximately 97 percent of each year's state school budget is mandated by funding formulas, the remainder is driven by priorities set by the Board. At its August meeting the Board voted to include approximately $20 million among its $133 million in unfunded requests for FY2002 for the first year of the kindergarten program. Starting with the 2001-02 school year, the plan would require approximately $65 million total over the program's first three years. The goal is to establish full-day kindergarten in all state public elementary schools by the 2003-04 school year. "Just a few years ago, we did not have the overwhelming research that we have today that tells us the importance of early childhood learning," said State Superintendent of Schools Nancy S. Grasmick. "Statewide full-day kindergarten carries some expense, but it is one of the best investments we can make toward the education of future generations of Maryland children."
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Extractions: http://www.apple.com/. The Community Technology Centers' Network, CTCNet, through its "Expanding Technology Access" partnership with Apple Computer, Inc.'s Community Affairs department, has announced the award and final delivery of Apple Macintosh systems valued at nearly $300,000 to 26 CTCNet affiliates providing computer access in low-income communities around the United States. CTCNet member technology centers are housed in a variety of settings, including libraries, public housing developments, and public access television centers. They are part of a growing effort to address the disparity between those with access to computer technology and those who are in danger of being left behind in a technology-intensive society. CTCNet Network Director Peter Miller stated, "The Centers that have won these awards will be able to expand their programs, providing more people with a chance to use computers in supportive environments that encourage learning and discovery."
Extractions: Region III Federal Technical Assistance Providers Comprehensive Centers What they do: The Centers are designed to serve each of the federally-funded programs under the Improving America's Schools Act (IASA). The Centers work primarily with states, local education agencies (LEA's), tribes, schools, and other recipients of funds under the IASA. The Centers help states, school districts and schools in meeting the needs of: Who funds them? Office of Elementary and Secondary Education Desegregation Assistance Centers What they do: The Desegregation Assistance Centers help district and school personnel create safe, positive and bias-free educational environments for all students. Focus on districts that experience conflicts arising from efforts to desegregate and remove barriers to equal educational opportunities. Who funds them?
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Extractions: Hendley Elementary School About 9.27.00 Workshop 10.28.00 Workshop What's to Come Turning the Page (TTP) has greatly expanded "It's Not Just a Book...It's a Future," its elementary school library revitalization initiative. Through this expanded program, and in partnership with the District of Columbia Public Library Children's Services (DCPL), TTP is seeking to increase the academic achievement of District of Columbia public school students by ensuring that the school library media center becomes an important part of the school community and curriculum. TTP and DCPL will work together to achieve this goal by increasing and upgrading the library collection, and by enabling media specialists and school faculty through workshops and trainings. Why? Read about studies conducted in Alaska, Colorado and Pennsylvania that show that school media librarians and libraries help kids perform better on standardized tests.
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Extractions: Kathy Ruhmann lives in a part of southern Illinois where you can't find another certified library media specialist even if you hunt for one. Despite a state mandate, Ruhmann is the only certified school librarian in her district of Sparta, a rural town with five schools and about 1,800 students. She's convinced that an aide will replace her once she retires from the Sparta Lincoln Middle School. After all, that's what happened to two of her colleagues almost a decade ago. Now two aides without teaching degrees staff the town's primary and high schools. Ruhmann, who's been a school librarian for 16 years, received her library certification from Southern Illinois University, but the program's no longer being offered. The only on-campus option is to drive 70 miles to Washington University in St. Louis or four hours to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Illinois's librarian shortage is classified as 'severe' in
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Extractions: Mr. Byers has demonstrated outstanding support for the media center in its use of technology. He has encouraged all teachers to take part in technology training, provided additional funding for a networked version of Accelerated Reader and has been instrumental in preparing and implementing a five million dollar technology grant for the district. David Caver, Aiken High School , Aiken Mr. Caver is a strong supporter of the library media center as the technology center of the school. He used incentive moneys to put thirteen computers with printers and tables in the library. In addition, he helped increase the library budget by redirecting expenses to various departments. Virginia Dean
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Extractions: the Public Affairs and Record Home Page Current News News Archive Video Briefs Video Forums ... Home Page Columbia in the Community Collaboration with Public Schools Lisa Mata, Columbia staff member reads every Friday with her P.S. 125 elementary student during Columbia Power Lunch. As an academic institution in New York City, various segments of the University have become involved with the New York City Public Schools. The following gives a sense of the breadth and depth of that involvement. Collaboration with area school districts: A number of new Columbia initiatives have been launched to enhance existing public school outreach and support. Many are forming as the University lays the groundwork for the new Columbia University School, a K-8 lab school that will contribute to the enhancement of area public schools. While the school is still in the planning stages (opening fall 2003 to 650 students), it is the University's hope that the relationships formed now will serve to link area public schools with Columbia-developed educational materials and academic expertise thereby enhancing teaching and learning in area public schools. To date a number of new initiatives have been established between Community School Districts (C.S.D.) 3, 5 and 2. A collaboration between C.S.D. #3 and Impact II, a non-profit organization with a 15-year history of successful professional development in New York City is expected to lead to a substantial private donation to C.S.D. #3. This gift will be used to fund an extensive faculty development program in the area of using new media in the curriculum. The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning and/or the Institute for Learning Technologies will play a major role in the faculty development program. Website:
Richland School District #1, SC the capital city of columbia, South Carolina Supplementing the district's technologyimplementation is a initiatives focused on enabling school districts to http://www.ed.gov/Technology/TechConf/1999/profiles/richland.html
Extractions: The Secretary's Conference on Educational Technology-1999 Richland School District #1 South Carolina Richland School District One covers 482 square miles and serves the capital city of Columbia, South Carolina encompassing urban, suburban and rural neighborhoods. A diverse student enrollment of 27,000 students in 51 schools and an equal number of adult education students, give the district its character and strength. Richland School District One has embarked on a significant, aggressive plan to acquire, support and use technology throughout schools and the community. The establishment of the Information Resource Management Department in 1995, combining and expanding the former Educational Technology, Media Services, and Electronic Repair Units, signaled the beginning of the district's focus on the integration of technology in the instructional arena. The successful 184 million-dollar bond referendum in 1996 enabled the district to support new school construction, school renovation and renewal and the establishment and expansion of the district wide technology infrastructure. A three year, four-pronged infrastructure plan, funded by the bond at 9.23 million dollars, was initiated in the spring of 1997 that: created the wide area network with Internet access at all locations expanded all school LANs to all classrooms replaced file servers in every school placed two additional computers in every classroom and 15 computers in every media center.
Park Hill School District - District Office District He also taught and coached for five years in the Lebanon school district. both hismasters and doctorate degrees from the University of Missouri columbia. http://www.parkhill.k12.mo.us/DistrictOffice/DistrictOfficeCabinet.asp
Extractions: Home Park Hill Schools Chinn Elem English Landing Elem Graden Elem Hawthorn Elem ... Hawley Hall Board of Education Board Home Board Highlights Current Agenda District Information Information Home District Curriculum District Technology District Programs ... Lunch Menus District Office District Office Home District Jobs Job Opportunities Relocating to Park Hill Relocating Home Site Map Contact Us Search Park Hill School District - where lifelong learning begins! Home Superintendent of Schools Superintendent's Cabinet Departments Deputy Superintendent - firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Dennis Fisher came to Park Hill in July 1999 as the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services and became the Deputy Superintendent in July 2001. Fisher has 20 years of experience in education. Most recently, he was the interim superintendent and the assistant superintendent for business services in Liberty, Mo. Before that, he was a principal at a junior high in Glenwood, Iowa. He started his career as a social studies teacher at a junior high in Papillion, Neb. A member of the American and the Missouri associations of school administrators, Fisher served as president of the Missouri Association of School Business Officials as well as the Kansas City Association of School Business Officials.
Park Hill School District - News Hill school district News. PHHS Wrestling and Pom Pon Teams Win State. The ParkHill High school wrestlers won the state championships in columbia over the http://www.parkhill.k12.mo.us/displaynews.asp?NewsID=361