Extractions: Historical Profiles More recent accountability profiles are available from the Consortium for Policy Research in Education Introduction Alabama Maryland ... North Carolina Introduction The Resource Center on Educational Equity of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), in collaboration with the New England Comprehensive Assistance Center, has developed profiles of state education accountability systems. They are comprised of information about Several states have developed accountability systems on their own initiative, as part of their state school improvement planning. However, the standards, assessments, and other actions and processes referred to above also are required under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act as amended by the Improving America's Schools Act of 1994. As reflected in these profiles, some states have integrated implementation of these requirements with their statewide accountability systems while others have separate systems in whole or in part.
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Extractions: FAX: 502-564-5959 The Kentucky Education, Arts and Humanities Cabinet is charged with the mission of preserving Kentucky's heritage, preparing for its future and promoting a statewide culture of lifelong learning. With the leadership of Governor Paul E. Patton and Secretary Marlene M. Helm, the agencies of the Cabinet provide or oversee services that contribute to an enhanced quality of life for all Kentuckians; excellence in public education, quality libraries, the preservation of historical materials and landmarks, and cultural enrichment through the arts. Email Revised 08/19/02
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Kentucky Archaeological Survey The Survey's mission is to provide a service to other state agencies, to work with kentuckyUruguayCultural Heritage education Project/ Proyecto de http://www.state.ky.us/agencies/khc/kas.htm
Extractions: KENTUCKY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY W elcome to the Kentucky Archaeological Survey Home Page. The Survey's mission is to provide a service to other state agencies, to work with private landowners to protect archaeological sites, and to educate the public about Kentucky's rich archaeological heritage. We are still in the process of constructing this page, so check back often to see what has been added and to learn more about what's going on in Kentucky archaeology. The Survey is jointly administered by the Kentucky Heritage Council (State Historic Preservation Office) and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Kentucky. LEARN MORE ABOUT KENTUCKY ARCHAEOLOGY
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Extractions: The federal Higher Education Act, which will be re-authorized in the coming year, provides an excellent opportunity for both the states and the federal government to consider and take the actions required to achieve these national goals. The State Higher Education Executive Officers have prepared this statement of premises and priorities to articulate their commitment to advancing the national agenda.
Extractions: Break New Ground When teachers at Fairdale High School in Kentucky became concerned about a 14-year-old girl (whom we'll call Wanda), they turned to the school's new Youth Services Center. The center is one of 37 new school-based social service centers in the Louisville area, and one of 373 Family Resource and Youth Service Centers statewide created by the comprehensive 1990 Kentucky Education Reform Act. Wanda is a bright girl with a young child. She lives with her mother, more than 10 miles from school. At this crisis point, Wanda's home was filled with tension. She regularly left the house with her child late at night against her mother's wishes. Then she came home too tired to catch the school bus the next day for the long ride to Fairdale. Concerned about Wanda's severe attendance problemseven though Fairdale has a program specially designed for young parents, male and femalethe school wanted to intervene before they lost her. Concerned Intervention Dan Clemons, Fairdale's Youth Services Center coordinator, convinced Wanda and her mother to come in for some meetings. He arranged ongoing psychotherapy for the distressed young woman. During the course of their conversations, the therapist discovered that Wanda was a victim of sexual abuse from within the family.
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Extractions: Lt. Governor Dr. Stephen Henry Getting things done in Kentucky. More than people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through national service projects across Kentucky. Serving through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations and other groups, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, organize neighborhood watch groups, clean parks, recruit volunteers, and accomplish other things to improve communities. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service will provide more than to support Kentucky communities through three national service initiatives:
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Extractions: S earch KY: Search Options... KY Department for Adult Education and Literacy Home About DAEL Announcements Contact DAEL ... Archives In order to view some files on DAEL's Web Page, you may need to download the free Acrobat Reader plug-in here: Welcome to the Department for Adult Education and Literacy Kentucky is well on its way to realizing a bold new vision for adult education. Progress continues toward improving the educational attainment level of adult Kentuckians who do not have a high school diploma, who function at low levels of literacy, or who want to learn the English language. The Department for Adult Education and Literacy, in partnership with the Council on Postsecondary Education, has created new avenues for reaching adult learners. (more...) What's New this Week The PD Connection a new professional development newsletter linking practitioners and resources to enhance professional development for adult educators Contact Information: Kentucky Department for Adult Education and Literacy Telephone: 502/564-5114 V/TTY or 800/928-7323 V/TTY FAX: Postal Address: 500 Mero ST, Capital Plaza Tower, 3rd Floor, Frankfort, KY 40601
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Extractions: Institute established in Philadelphia in 1973 to promote civic idealism. Hello Friend www.hellofriend.org Foundation dedicated to learning and learning differences. Center for Social and Emotional Development www.csee.net Foundation dedicated to children's healthy development and their capacity to learn, includes resources for families and professionals. Mind OH Foundation www.mindohfoundation.org
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KY Arts Council Home Page Online publications, news, arts calendar and information on programs, virtual exhibits and arts education.Category Arts organizations Regional United States kentucky The kentucky Arts Council is an agency of the education, Arts and Humanities Cabinet. Copyright COPY;2003 Commonwealth of kentucky. URL http//www.kyarts.org. http://www.kyarts.org/
Kentucky Division Of Forestry -- Education Links Rick's Kid Zone Sharing Environmental education Knowledge www safnet.org State ForestryAgencies in the usda.gov University of kentucky/Cooperative Extension http://www.environment.ky.gov/nrepc/dnr/forestry/education_links.asp
Extractions: Resource ... Tree ID Information Education Links Here is list of Web sites that you may find helpful as educational resources. These are but a few of the forestry information sites available. The listing of a site does not necessarily mean an endorsement of the philosophy presented, but is intended to provide an objective list of forestry educational sites. American Forest Foundation www.affoundation.org
Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund each year for environmental education programs. special consideration to funding agenciesworking together The kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board's http://www.kyheritageland.org/
Extractions: Natural areas that possess unique features such as habitat for rare and endangered species; Areas important to migratory birds; Areas that perform important natural functions that are subject to alteration or loss; and Areas to be preserved in their natural state for public use, outdoor recreation and education. Revenue for the fund comes from the state portion of the unmined mineral tax, environmental fines, and the Nature License Plate . The Coal Marketing and Export Council receives $400,000 of the unmined mineral tax each year for public education of coal-related issues. The Environmental Education Council receives $150,000 of environmental fines each year for environmental education programs. A 12-member Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board appointed by the governor manages the fund.
KSHA News Page 2 from the ASHA website, go to http//professional.asha.org and click The KentuckyDepartment of education (KDE) and local education agencies grant teacher http://www.kysha.org/news_2.html
Extractions: KSHA News Continuing Education Its A Jungle Out There! Now that summer is over and Fall is just around the corner, many KSHA members begin to think about completing their continuing education credits for the calendar year. The KSHA Office and Continuing Education Committee have been receiving lots of phone calls and e-mails related to CEU questions and concerns. Its great to hear from KSHA members with CEU questions! We would like to reduce confusion concerning continuing education and the various licensing boards and agencies. Please read the summary below to help you navigate the CEU jungle! ASHA (1-800-498-2071) awards the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Pathology and/or Audiology to those who complete the Masters degree, a successful Clinical Fellowship Year, and pass the national exam. ASHA does not require documentation of continuing education hours for renewal of the certificate. BUT WAIT!! that will be changing. Beginning Jan. 1, 2003, ASHA will require documentation of continuing education hours for renewal of an Audiology CCC. Beginning Jan. 1, 2005, ASHA will require documentation of continuing education hours for renewal of a Speech-Language Pathology CCC. The certification renewal period will be every 3 years.
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Extractions: The network helps states, local education agencies, teachers, school library and media personnel, administrators, and other education entities successfully integrate technologies into K-12 classrooms, library media centers, and other educational settings, including adult library centers. SouthEast and Islands Regional Technology in Education Consortium (SEIR*TEC) ITRC's SEIR*TEC Page contains links to many resources geared towards teacher preparation, including downloadable presentations made by ITRC staff at state and national conferences and meetings, publications , and the results from a survey in the region concerning the state of technology in pre-service teacher education.
Kentucky State Police: Initiatives Search Kentuckystatepolice.org. This Christmas and New Year's Day holiday, KentuckyState Police and local law enforcement agencies statewide will be http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/initiatives.htm
Extractions: www.kentuckystatepolice.org KSP Initiatives Kentucky State Police Initiatives According to data collected and published by the National Safety Council , there are many good reasons to demand for seat belt usage, including: Health care and insurance costs are directly related to the higher costs associated with unbelted drivers and passengers. Society as a whole picks up more than 85 percent of these costs, not the individuals involved in the crash. The failure to wear seat belts contributes to more fatalities annually than any other single traffic safety-related behavior.