JSchool Graduate Studies - Master's Program The missouri school, since its founding in 1908, has Our media operationsa dailynewspaper, magazine Our academic and applied research centers teach the http://www.journalism.missouri.edu/grad/maprogrm.htm
ALISE Statistical Report 1999: Table III-34 missouri, Administration of school Library, Curriculum and Instruction. St. John's,school media centers Materials and Services To Special Populations Library http://www.ils.unc.edu/ALISE/1999/Curric/tableIII-34.html
MNEA-Publications The State Board authorized publication of a notice of proposed rulemaking to amendthe Standards for missouri school Library media centers in order to update http://www.mnea.org/publications/sbr/sbr02-Mar.htm
Extractions: meeting of the State Board of Education BOARD MEMBERS REPORT ON NATIONAL MEETING Board members continued to discuss information they have received from the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) and the challenges associated with linking the ESEA guidelines to Missouris guidelines, especially in the area of clarifying terminology. (See ESEA Discussion Continues ) K-16 COALITION REPORT IS THE TOPIC OF THE WORK STUDY SESSION The Board received the summary of the Achievement Gap Elimination report from the K-16 Coalition, and is scheduled to formally accept the report at the next meeting. The Board was reminded that there are many factors contributing to the achievement gap, and the quality of teachers is an important factor in student achievement. One Board member asked why issues of poverty werent discussed and issues of teacher quality were discussed. Russ Thompson responded that the Coalition was looking at issues they could control, and poverty was an issue that could not be controlled. Pat Sharp, Board member from Kennett, stated that it seemed as though teachers were being blamed. Furthermore, she said that, As a teacher, I wouldnt mind being tested if nothing more than to eliminate that as a source of concern.
2002 Interiors Showcase Rockhurst High schoolKansas City, missouri (Common Areas) Gould Central High schoolEvansville,Indiana (Libraries/media centers) Veazey Parrott http://www.schooldesigns.com/2002InteriorsShowcase.html
Students missouri Association of school Librarians (MASL). and philosophy of the RaymorePeculiarschool District, the mission of the K-12 media centers programs is http://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/Divisions/LMC/hslib/hslib.htm
Extractions: Mission: In keeping with the instructional goals and philosophy of the Raymore-Peculiar School District, the mission of the K-12 Media Centers programs is to prepare students to think rationally and creatively, to solve problems, and to manage and retrieve information which will contribute to the process of life-long learning for the students. Media Center Hours: Student Access to the Library: Students may visit the Library anytime during the school day with a pass from a teacher or other appropriate staff member. Student may visit during their lunch period by getting a pass from the lunch room supervisor. Students may use the networked computers on a first come ... basis. Priority is given to students with class project assignments.
P&R6163.1 In staffing, building collections and furnishing library media centers, the boardrecognizes and accepts missouri school Improvement Program Standards and http://www.slps.org/BoardofEducation/policies/6163.1.htm
Extractions: ST. LOUIS BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY INSTRUCTION ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE AND SECONDARY Instructional Services Instructional Resources for Students Library Media Centers The Board of Education recognizes the important role school libraries library media centers have in supporting school programs by: Providing materials that enrich and support the curriculum, taking into consideration the varied interests, abilities and maturity levels of the students served. Providing materials that will stimulate growth in factual knowledge, literary appreciation, aesthetic values, and ethical standards. Providing a background of information that will enable students to make intelligent judgments in their daily lives. Providing materials on opposing sides of controversial issues so that young citizens may develop under guidance, the practice of critical reading and thinking. Providing materials representative of the many religious, ethnic, and cultural groups and their contribution to our American heritage. Placing principle above personal opinion and reason above prejudice in the selection of materials of the highest quality in order to ensure a comprehensive and appropriate collection for the users of the library.
Extractions: Objectives for school library media programs adhere to the concepts found in the Information Power guidelines . Defining objectives is a function of the school library media specialist in partnership with administrators, teachers, staff, students, and parents. Objectives for the program become the school librarian's responsibility within the school and the library. The school librarian's evaluation should be based on the performance of those defined responsibilites. Here are some examples of program objectives that a school library media center might have, illustrated with sample action items (the school librarian's responsibilities). Learning and Teaching Objective:
Service Providers Assist Schools In Region VII Service Region Iowa, Kansas, missouri, Nebraska, Colorado educational agencies, teachers,school library and grade classrooms, library media centers and other http://mdac.educ.ksu.edu/MDAC/resource/horizons/NovDec97/articles/agencies.html
Extractions: Service providers assist schools in Region VII Six service providers serve educators and students in Region VII Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri. These service providers offer information and technical assistance, often free of charge, on issues ranging from equity to technology to special education. Desegregation Assistance Centers provide technical assistance, information and staff development to school districts dealing with a variety of educational equity issues, especially race, gender and national origin issues. DACs help districts develop and implement plans to end physical segregation of students between and within schools; develop and implement comprehensive plans to assure equal educational opportunity for students of color and students with limited English proficiency; and to identify and correct practices that discriminate between boys and girls of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. DAC services include identification of resources, conducting needs assessment, short- and long-term training, data analysis for program implementation, policy review and modification, evaluation of programs and processes and long-term planning. Midwest Equity Assistance Center Service region: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska
Independence Public School District - Human Resources Accredited with Distinction by the missouri Department of at many schools, includingnew media centers and classrooms Our middle school campus features two new http://www.indep.k12.mo.us/HumanResources/HumanResourcesIndex.asp
Extractions: Immerse yourself in success when you join the Independence School District, known across the nation for innovation. Students consistently outpace children from across Missouri on state assessments. We owe much of our success to the Independence Comprehensive Reading Model, an initiative tailor-made to meet the needs of our students. The District is Accredited with Distinction by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Students get a great start thanks to our Schools of the 21st Century. We offer early education at every elementary school, and before and after school care as well. We're one of ten Yale University demonstration sites nationwide for this program. Working Mother magazine says we're one of the best places in the country for working parents.
Libx: (no Subject) Prerequisite Q316, Administration of school Libraries/media centers. Required forLibrary media Certification. online at http//MU direct.missouri.edu (credit http://www.more.net/lists/libx/2000.12/0022.html
Lashly & Baer: Publications The school District will comply with at least minimum State missouri school ImprovementProgram school libraries and media centers; Counselors; High school http://www.lashlybaer.com/itn/lit.html
Extractions: The following is a summary of the main points of the final Agreement: The Board of Education of the City of St. Louis ("School District") and the State of Missouri have been granted final judgments and the Liddell action has been dismissed with prejudice. There will be no court supervision or monitoring. The School District will receive approximately $60 million in State and local funds annually that were not provided for prior to the settlement. Beginning July 1, 1999 and each July 1 thereafter, the State shall pay to the School District the following sums, totaling $180 million, for construction and site acquisition costs to accommodate any reasonably anticipated net enrollment increase caused by the reduction or elimination of the voluntary transfer program: July 1, 1999 - $28.5 million July 1, 2000 - $25 million July 1, 2001 - $20 million
Extractions: The Chamber Welcome Community Education ... Higher Education L earning is a lifelong pursuit. In Independence, educational opportunities encourage this quest for its citizens and neighbors of all ages and levels. Private, public, community college, and university-level education are readily available. The Independence Chamber of Commerce presents the CHOICES® program to Independence, Fort Osage and Grain Valley eighth and ninth graders. Choices® is a successful national program that teaches students about motivation, time management, academic decisions and career consequences. It is a clear example of how education and business can work together to benefit students as they prepare for adult life. Trained presenters, drawn from the Chambers business member representatives, lead interactive seminars that show students that every decision has a consequence. Presenters use eye-opening examples to get the class involved in money-management and make real-world connections between school and work. With the building boom in Independence, CHOICES® is seen as part of the economic development strategy for Independence in that it encourages the employment of todays students in the projected 5,000 new jobs that will be created in the next 20 years.
TCR Educational Craft Centers: Central traditions of design and workmanship. Students at The Kentucky school of Craft Coursesof study in five media areas include jewelry/metals, wood, clay missouri. http://www.craftsreport.com/resources/educational/central.html
Extractions: The School of Fine Arts, founded in 1894, is today considered one of the premier art schools in the country. Over 450 undergraduate and graduate students pursue courses in art history and studio practice. Studio programs include ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry design, photography, textiles, printmaking, and sculpture. The Indianapolis Art Center
Analysis Of The Job Market In ILS at Iowa City; University of missouri at Columbia; No school required an internshipas a prerequisite to supervised field experience in library media centers of 4 http://www.southernct.edu/departments/ils/ils503/debigo.html
Extractions: Deborah Igoe School Analyses (the competition) Suggested Curriculum (the competitive applicant) Over a 6 week period of time, 105 job announcements for various types of library professionals were collected from the Central area of the United States. This area includes the states of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. The state with the largest number of job announcements was Minnesota with 21 openings and Illinois was second with 17. Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana had 4 openings each. Academic opportunities accounted for 51 percent of the openings, public libraries were second with 29 percent, special libraries represented 11 percent and school and non-library librarians made up the remaining 10 percent with 5 percent each. All of the academic, public, and school positions required a masters of library science degree with from 1-10 years experience. Openings in the special and non-library settings required only a bachelors degree generally in a field appropriate to the subject for the library law, medical, manufacturing, research and development.
The Safetyzone | State School Safety Centers publications, web site, information house, media campaign, and a 2355270 http//www.umkc.edu/safe-school.missouri Safe schools Newsletter of the missouri http://www.safetyzone.org/state_centers.html
Extractions: In an effort to address the immediate concerns of the Colorado education community, the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) introduced the Safe Communities-Safe Schools initiative in the fall of 1999. This project will consist of the following strategies that will be available to all school communities in Colorado: information about the Safe Communities-Safe Schools Model, technical assistance, publications, web site, information house, media campaign, and a long-term response plan. The SSCC seeks to stimulate discussion, collaboration and action against youth violence by bringing schools, police, youth-serving agencies, the judicial system, and other interested parties together in a statewide collaboration. The coalition, formed in 1994, involves more than 1,500 educators, police, and youth workers in activities and stimulates the creation of community-based violence prevention coalitions. It has assisted schools in developing new violence prevention programs and facilitated networking and information sharing among members through bimonthly forums, major conferences, training seminars, task groups, youth involvement, and in-depth consultation and technical assistance to schools and communities.
Accredited With Distinction review that is referred to as the missouri school Improvement Program differentiatedinstruction, instructional climate, library media centers, guidance and http://rolla.k12.mo.us/ADMIN/Accredited.htm
Extractions: Rolla Public Schools Home Board of Education Personnel Facilities ... Tallying Our Accomplishments! Note: Each pdf file or non-district site opens in a new window. You must close the window to return to this page. Accredited with Distinction All Missouri schools are required to participate in a five-year accreditation review that is referred to as the Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) . In November 1998, twenty-two (22) educators came to Rolla to serve as members of the MSIP accreditation team. These educators spent three days reviewing standards that determine the quality of district programs. The three standards that are reviewed include resources, processes, and performance. The resource standards include such things as facilities, professional and support staff, and instructional materials and equipment. The process standards are concerned more with the "process" of schooling and include standards on curriculum, instruction, differentiated instruction, instructional climate, library media centers, guidance and counseling, professional development, governance and administration, facilities, safety and support services. Performance standards include four (4) areas of student performance: academic achievement, reading achievement, career preparation, and educational persistence. In February 1999, the District was informed that the State Board of Education had approved the
Web Resources @ Lowell Elementary Media Center Monarchs in missouri, Painted Lady Butterfly Website, Zoom school, Little Explorers,Awesome Library. Warren Only), Funbrain.com, Warren media centers Web Resources http://lowell.warren.k12.in.us/media/lores.htm