NCATE: State Education Agency Websites Programs Contacts AC Arc St. Cloud Advocacy, education, Pilot Parents and support for people with developmental disabilities and their families. Integration of children with disabilities in community activities in many Central MN communities. http://www.ncate.org/resources/statelinks.htm
SHEEO Agencies SHEEO agencies. Dr. Robert Kustra, President Midwestern Higher education Commission1300 South Second Street, Suite 130 Minneapolis, minnesota 55454 (612 http://www.sheeo.org/agencies.htm
Extractions: If you were a teenager between 1945 and 1970, JHSUM needs your help today! Lend us your basketball trophies, letter jackets, uniforms, scrapbooks and buttons, as well as photos or other memorabilia pertaining to NFTY, SYO, Young Judea, and Habonim. Scour your attics and call Linda Schloff, executive director, at (651) 637-0202 to arrange delivery. Contribute to the upcoming exhibit, Belonging: Jewish Teen Life in the Twin Cities, 1945-70, opening September 14, 2003 at the Minnesota History Center.
Links To State Education Agencies Delaware Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas, KentuckyLouisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan minnesota Mississippi Missouri http://www.nasbe.org/SEA_Links/SEA_Links.html
Extractions: Welcome to the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education (MAEE) web site MAEE 2003 State Conference Exciting News!!! The dates have been set for the next MAEE Conference. It will be held in Rosemount in March 2003 on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd. The conference will have presentations, keynote speakers, and field trips on the Saturday afternoon. Check out the details of the 2003 Conference by clicking on the Conference Information link at the left. Early Bird Registration date is March 8th, so hurry to register now! Click here to download a complete brochure for the 2003 conference. You will require Adobe Acrobat to read this brochure. If you do not have this, click on the Conference Information link at the left to see the conference information. On this site, you will find information about the organization, elected board members, resources and how you can get involved with the organization or with environmental education in the state. Check out the details of the 2001 Conference by clicking on the Conference Information link at the left.
Extractions: MACAE is a professional association that provides social and intellectual vitality to its members who are involved in adult education. We have an annual conference, a newsletter, membership directory, and Issue Forms. Our members work in community, continuing, secondary and higher education; libraries; ESL; diploma programs; nonprofit agencies; business enterprises; and others. Our members are administrators, instructors, facilitators, counselors, writers, and librarians. Mission Promote the professional growth and intellectual development of adult learners, educators, and facilitators. Serve as an advocate for adults in gaining access to educational resources and opportunities. Foster among adults an understanding of critical issues facing society and why they should be involved. Advance lifelong learning and its values with a special focus on continuing adult education.
Extractions: NCSET Activities National Resource Coordination and Leadership. NCSET is developing a strategy to fully utilize the already existing research of other national, regional, and multi-state research, technical assistance, and information dissemination centers focused on secondary education and transition, and is making that information widely available and accessible nationwide. Technical Assistance.
State Education Agencies State education agencies. minnesota Department of Children, Families, and Learning712 Capitol Square education Policy Institute, PMB 294, 4401A Connecticut Ave http://www.educationpolicy.org/StateAgencies.htm
Extractions: Home Reform Briefs Newsletter Pubs List ... E-mail EPI In most cases, these addresses and links are to state departments of education. The corresponding web sites vary, but often include information about: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z Territories Alabama Department of Education
The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Minnesota Line US Administration on Aging State and Area agencies on Aging Camps Down SynromeDown Syndrome Association of minnesota education FACES (Family http://www.disabilityresources.org/MINNESOTA.html
Extractions: Home Subjects States Librarians ... Contact Us The DRM Regional Resource Directory Minnesota - The Gopher State Updated 10/21/2000 All the States About / Hints / Link General DIRECTAbility: A Web Resource for the Minnesota Disability Community Disability Information Network: Minnesota State Council on Disability First Call Minnesota See also Multi-Services Agencies Advocacy and Legal Rights ADA Minnesota Great Lakes Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center Minnesota Department of Human Rights Minnesota Disability Law Center Aging AARP in Minnesota ElderWeb Minnesota Minnesota Board on Aging Senior LinkAge Line ... U.S. Administration on Aging - State and Area Agencies on Aging: Minnesota AIDS/HIV Minnesota AIDS Project Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Association - Minnesota-Dakotas Chapter Amputation Amputee Resource Foundation of America (ARFA) Architecture and Home Modification The Minnesota Ramp Project: Making Homes Accessible Arts VSA Arts of Minnesota Assistive Technology Closing the Gap Compuplay (Courage Center) Minnesota Assistive Technology Loan Network (for augmentative and alternative communication devices) STAR Program Ataxia Natonal Ataxia Foundation Autism Twin Cities Autism Society Blindness and Visual Impairments Minnesota State Services for the Blind (St. Paul)
Minnesota Adoption Resource Network Home addition we provide adoption information, education and resources newscasts to meetsome of minnesotas Waiting public and private adoption agencies and most http://www.mnadopt.org/
Extractions: Advanced Search View All Children Adoption The Minnesota Adoption Resource Network (MARN) believes every child deserves a safe, nurturing home. Through our website, publications, and Thursday's Child features, we advocate and raise awareness for Minnesota's Waiting Children. In addition we provide adoption information, education and resources to parents and professionals including teachers, health care providers, therapists, and social workers who assist the families. See www.mnasap.org for more post-adoption training and support information. KSTP Channel 5 has generously sponsored Thursdays Child for more than twenty years. Tune in each Thursday during the 11:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. newscasts to meet some of Minnesotas Waiting Children as they join Rusty Gatenby for fun and games at sites throughout the metro. If you missed it on television, you can view it on KSTP's website at Thursday's Child on KSTP . (Click on watch video)
SEER Brochure SEER's member agencies include ° ° California Department of education Council °° Maryland Department of education ° ° minnesota Department of http://www.seer.org/pages/Brochure.html
Extractions: SEER is a cooperative program that helps state education agencies in their efforts to strengthen the role of environment-based educational approaches in K-12 curricula and systemic reform efforts. SEER's staff coordinates professional development activities and research programs, disseminates educational resource materials and provides technical assistance to the states. A 1994 study of federal and state education agencies, local school districts, universities and environmental organizations revealed a broad-scale need for better information about strategies that are working to integrate environmental content, pedagogy and principles into formal K-12 educational systems. This study found that EE had achieved only minor integration in systemic education reform efforts. (Click here to see a copy of the report) As part of the study, environmental education coordinators from nine state education agencies convened to identify what specific steps needed to be taken to build a better knowledge base for the field. Among their recommendations was the establishment of a national entity that could help facilitate information sharing among the EE coordinators in the various state agencies and identify successful implementation strategies that might be replicated.
Extractions: The Generator is an essential tool for service-learning practitioners from all sectors, including those from K-12, Community-Based Organizations, and Higher Education settings. Each issue will focus on a timely theme and will include: Insightful articles from the field; Program examples; Research; Resources and News. Published quarterly; annual subscription $28, download the order form: ( PDF, 1 page, 34Kb ). Download the first, complimentary issue here: ( PDF, 28 pages, 3MB Essential Elements of Service-Learning Pamela Toole, Ph.D., Ed. This document, written with the support and input of the National Service-Learning Cooperative, a group of 13 organizations funded by the Corporation for National Service, offers examples and suggestions of what exemplary service-learning practice looks like for the novice to the experienced Practitioner. Examples and definitions are offered for purposes, conditions and techniques under which service-learning can best contribute to a quality education. 35 pages; paperback $7.50 (1999).
GLARRC Front Page GLARRC works with the State Special education agencies of the following statesIllinois Indiana Iowa Michigan minnesota Missouri Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin http://www.glarrc.org/
Extractions: This Desktop Reference outlines what is new under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 for each program supported under the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965 and other statues. It also describes how the Act's four guiding principles (accountability, flexibility and local control, parental choice, and what works) are brought to bear on many of these programs. OSEP 23rd Annual report to Congress (2001) Report from the President's Commission GLARRC works with the State Special Education Agencies of the following states: Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan ... Wisconsin as the states seek ways to improve their provision of quality education and related services to infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities and their families. The staff at GLARRC stand by their commitment to children by maintaining superior standards of service to the agencies, governing bodies and diverse groups of organizations within each state who are responsible for the welfare of children.
EE Link: State - MN http//www.rook.org/earl/bwca/nature/flora The minnesota Environmental educationBoard consists of from state environmental and education agencies and citizen http://eelink.net/state-mn.html
Extractions: State - MN Find links on this page for organizations and projects in this state. To look for nearby states or region-wide projects, use the left hand toolbar or return to EE Organizations and Projects - State and Regional Current jobs that are available in this state can be seen here: State - MN - Job Listing *Our larger categories have been split up into smaller pages to make your searching easier. Make sure to click "Next Page" in the lower right hand corner of the page to see all the resources listed in each category. Sort by: Choose a method: Alphabetical: A to Z Alphabetical: Z to A Rating: Total Rating: Month Visits: Total Visits: Month Addition Date: Oldest to Newest Addition Date: Newest to Oldest
Minnesota aid offices at postsecondary schools, and other agencies. minnesota is exploringthe possibility of tracking students are needed in higher education to meet http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/pbriefs/94/94-1mn.htm
Extractions: Report 1, 1994 Previous section Next section Contents Pathways ... home page In 1993, the Minnesota State Board of Education and the Department of Education created the Executive Committee of the High School "Results-Oriented" Graduation Rule Committee, which includes representation from the Minnesota Higher Education Coordinating Board. Its charge is to develop an outcomes-based graduation rule to be effective in 1996 for the graduating class of 2000. The state legislature authorized approximately $8 million to the Minnesota Department of Education for the development and piloting of curriculum frameworks that will include ways to assess student progress on each of the defined outcomes. The Coordinating Board has assumed responsibility for developing strategies for greater dialogue and involvement of the higher education community in these activities. Standards and Assessment Student learning standards and assessments, especially at the secondary level