Maryland State Department Of Education STATE DEPARTMENT OF education A. Skipp Sanders, Ed.D., Deputy State Superintendent for Administration (410) 7670464 Mary E. Clapsaddle, Deputy State Superintendent for Finance (410) 767-0011 education; Cecil E. Flamer, President, Board of Trustees, Enoch Pratt Free Library; Bruce W. Dearstyne, Ph.D., Interim Dean, College of Information Studies, University of maryland, http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/13sdoe/html/sdoe.html
Extractions: Office of Economic Development Harford County, Maryland Demographics HEAT Center Work Force Industrial Sites ... Who We Are... Higher Education and Applied Technology (HEAT) Center: The HEAT Center is a cooperative facility to accommodate the education, training, networking and facilities needs of the technology community. The complex is a 152-acre research and development park on state-owned land. The HEAT Center provides a setting for the technology community to access and build their needs including skills training, leadership, and networking among themselves and with their Department of Defense counterparts. Location: I-95 at MD Route 22, Exit 85 outside of Aberdeen, MD Website: Visit the HEAT Center on the web at www.heatcentermaryland.com Advantages of Locating at the HEAT Center Complex: Convenient location in the I-95 Northeastern U.S. corridor Access to Aberdeen Proving Ground's diverse programs, skilled scientists, and engineers. Availability of work force training Cost-competitive real estate Campus environment Availability of flexible lab space, computer labs and long-distance learning capabilities
Links To State Education Agencies Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois IndianaIowa Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana Maine maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota http://www.nasbe.org/SEA_Links/SEA_Links.html
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Extractions: Commissions and Boards Commissions and Boards Home A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n Nancy Grasmick, Maryland state superintendent of schools, has spent much of her career focused on the needs of all children and their families, especially those with disabilities. She is nationally respected for her thoughtful and systematic leadership approach to the building of consensus among parents and educators on issues and programs for special education. These collaborations have led to an innovative model of funding and accountability for special education in Maryland that is systematically integrated with the state accountability system. After experiencing a temporary hearing loss as a child, Grasmick became committed to improving education for children with disabilities. Upon receiving her bachelor of science from Towson University, she taught young children with disabilities in a Baltimore City elementary school. She pursued her interest in deaf education by receiving a master of science from Gallaudet University. Later she taught children with emotional disabilities and language disorders. She was the supervisor of special education for the Baltimore County Public Schools for six years, a principal of the Chatsworth School for students with severe emotional disabilities for four years, and an assistant and then associate superintendent for the Baltimore County Public Schools for 11 years. Grasmick received her doctorate in communicative sciences with a focus on speech and language disorders from Johns Hopkins University.
Extractions: Church Boards Board for Christian Education Board for Church Life Board of Deacons Board for Outreach and Engagement ... Board of Trustees Board for Christian Education Chair, Kristen Brown The Board for Christian Education develops and implements the church's educational programs for children, youth and young adults. Specific programs include Sunday morning church school for infants through 12th grade; skills training for teachers; worship and mission experiences; faith development opportunities for teachers, parents and families; comprehensive programs for junior highs; senior highs and young adults; summer camp and retreats at CCC's West Virginia retreat house. Board for Church Life. Chair, John Potts The Board for Church Life coordinates and initiates church events and activities that enhance our opportunities to know and enjoy one another. The Board plans several special events each year such as church-wide picnics, a family Halloween party, the Advent Wreath workshop, Christmas caroling and the Beach and Winter weekends. The Board continues to look for new ways to bring CCC members together for fun and friendship and welcomes your involvement as a member of the Board, or as a volunteer on Board projects. Board of Deacons Chair
Extractions: Assessments Use This Menu for More Info on 1997 to 2001 Winners - 1997 Winners - Center for Social Organization of Schools, Baltimore Chesapeake Audubon Society, Easton Living Classrooms Foundation, Baltimore (Headquarters) Maryland Forestry Board Foundation, Annapolis Montgomery County Government, Rockville Southern Maryland Resource Conservation and Development, Inc., Waldorf 1998 Winners Charles County Community College, La Plata Irvine Natural Science Center, Stevenson (Headquarters) Patuxent River 4-H Center Foundation, Upper Marlboro Southern Maryland Resource Conservation and Development Inc., Waldorf Wildfowl Trust of North America, Grasonville 1999 Winners The Academy of Natural Sciences, St. Leonard Allegany County Board of Education, Cumberland Battle Creek Nature Education Society, Port Republic Calvert County Public Schools, Prince Frederick Wicomico County Department of Recreation and Parks, Salisbury
Extractions: Making Schools Work Better for All Children Charter Schools in Maryland Law: Maryland has no charter school law. Rank : N/A CER Grade : N/A Schools : N/A Students : N/A If you'd like to work for a charter school law in Maryland, contact us IMPROVEMENT NEEDED Both Houses of the Maryland General Assembly have passed legislation that does not meet standards of excellence or contain the necessary components for a strong charter school bill. There is still time: with 12 days left to the end of session the Administration should work to improve the bill in conference, adding additional charter authorities as well as freedom for teachers over decisions governing their employment. Get more details in CER Newswire March 25, 2003 and CER President Jeanne Allen's Statement Regarding the Viability of the Maryland Charter School Bill , March 25, 2003 HOLD-UP: Progress in the Senate Education Committee considering charters has all but stopped. State Senator Janet Greenip, who introduced the Governor-backed version, is continuing her efforts at ushering through a strong bill for the Governor to sign. Charters have now received strong endorsements from the area's two major newspapers
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Parent Involvement - National Standards put together a packet to help local boards of ed The Kansas Department of Educationwebsite now links to the maryland This state has adopted a state goal, a http://www.pta.org/parentinvolvement/standards/state.asp
Extractions: Connecticut's General Assembly passed a law in 1997 (Public Act 97-290) which was intended to foster meaningful partnerships among schools, families, and communities to enhance student learning. It stated that ALL local and regional boards of education were required to develop, adopt, and implement written policies and procedures to encourage parent-teacher communication by September 1, 1998. The Connecticut Department of Education along with community partners including the Connecticut PTA, put together a packet to help local boards of ed comply with the law. The packet contained a sample policy, the six standards in detail, an overview of the law, and procedures and agreements that had been developed in school districts around the country, as models for communities to use.
Sailor: Education Resources the Transfer of Technology to education (ITTE), a program of the National SchoolBoards Association National Digital Library Collection; maryland Connected for http://www.sailor.lib.md.us/topics/edu.html
Extractions: General information site for the college bound. Profiles of schools, financial aid information, and career information. There are multi-media "tours" of some schools, but the text information makes this just as useful for Lynx users. (U.S.) Department of Education EDLAW, Inc. EE-Link, Environmental Education ERIC Clearinghouses ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education ... Online Writing Lab - Purdue University Peterson's Education Center : Peterson's Guides, Inc. School Psychology Resources Online SciEd: Science and Mathematics Education Resources Teacher Certification (Phil's Place)
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Extractions: Welcome to HEM's Support Groups Pages! To find a group in your state use the map above or follow one of the links below under Groups and Organizations . If you're starting or run a group, check out the links below for helpful information. Bookmark this page and check back for news and information specifically about homeschooling support groups and organizations.
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