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Extractions: DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMS (Dlps) / CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS / ONLINE SCHOOLS / SATELLITE SCHOOLS / COMPUTER-ASSISTED LEARNING I.Proper Accreditation V. Distance Learning/Correspondence Programs II. I ndependent ... IV. DETC Accredited High School Programs I. PROPER ACCREDITATION Important: Read this before you proceed! Accreditation is important as a way of validating a given school, or department within a school; it proves the organisation has been thoroughly investigated by a group of impartial experts and found worthy of approval. Accrediting agencies will investigate the mission statement of the organisation, require proof that the school is living up to its mission goals, met its academic standards, and also look into the financial standing of the academic institution. In most other nations, colleges and universities are chartered by their national or provincial governments. Eg., the UK the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council assesses distance learning programs. But the bad news is that investigating accreditation of US schools can be really confusing, like opening a can of worms. There are many different accrediting agencies. Also beware that many "unaccredited" US schools call themselves accredited in their prospectuses and websites.. You really need to understand what the recognised accrediting agencies are. For example, the Department of Education does not accredit any school or institution, it merely "licenses" it or approves it as fulfilling certain legal requirements in order to exist at all, ranging from incorporation to certification or other state approval. Many schools which call themselves accredited private schools are in fact "licensed" schools.
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Extractions: home search contacts e-mail document.write(doClock("W0",",%20","M0","%20","D0",",%20","Y0")); Photovoltaic (or PV) systems convert light energy into electricity. The term "photo" stems from the Greek "phos," which means "light." "Volt" is named for Alessandro Volta (1745-1827), a pioneer in the study of electricity. "Photovoltaics," then, could literally mean "light-electricity." Most commonly known as "solar cells," PV systems are already an important part of our lives. The simplest systems power many of the small calculators and wrist watches we use every day. More complicated systems provide electricity for pumping water, powering communications equipment, and even lighting our homes and running our appliances. In a surprising number of cases, PV power is the cheapest form of electricity for performing these tasks. Photovoltaics Sites Montana Residential Solar Electric Demonstration Project
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Extractions: Who's At Risk For Dropping Out? GEDs ... Related Websites Updated: March 2002 Why This Measure? Key Indicator - Missoula Vital Signs Source: Missoula County Public Schools District Profile 2000,Montana Office of Public Instruction, Statewide Dropout Reports How are we doing? This data is provocative but limited. While having consistent dropout statistics is a step toward reducing dropouts, it is only a step. We also need to know when and why students leave, and to identify the policies that effectively keep kids in school. It may be worth noting that the three AA high schools with the lowest dropout rates do not automatically suspend kids with a certain number of unexcused absences. Trend Better Data Rating Available vv Reliable vv Relevant vvv Related Measures Children, Youth, Families Missoula Economy Measures TOP OF PAGE Studies indicate that the chances of dropping out are higher for minority students and for those from disadvantaged backgrounds. But a 1989 analysis of dropout studies indicates that, nationally, 66% of dropouts are white, 68% come from two-parent families, 60% have C averages or better, and 71% have never failed a grade. (Dropout Rates in the United States, U.S. Dept. of Education 1990) Small schools tend to have lower dropout rates, which is credited partly to the personal attention possible in small schools, and partly to the lack of options for a teenager in a small town. Frenchtown reported a phenomenally low 1% dropout rate for 1995-1996, while the average for schools its size was 3.9%. (OPI)
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Extractions: Bozeman is the home of Montana State University, one of the West's most dynamic institutions of higher learning. In recent years, the university has become a regional center for research and development of new technology as well as innovations in tele-communications, laser physics and engineering. More than 11,500 students from all 50 states and 75 foreign countries are enrolled at MSU. Bachelors degrees are offered in 47 fields with a masters degree in 41 fields and a doctorate in 13. Montana State University is a land grant university with units in Great Falls, Billings and Havre. The Bozeman Public Schools involve two districts, the elementary and the high school. In Bozeman there are six elementary schools, two middle schools, a high school and an alternative high school. The elementary schools host between 300 and 500 students each, the two middle schools have between 500 and 600 each and Bozeman High School has an average enrollment of over 1900 students. Twice named an outstanding school by the U.S. Department of Education, the high school consistently graduates students with above average SAT scores. 65% of graduates go on to college. Bozeman High School has an outstanding music department and the High School Marching Band represented Bozeman in the 1999 tournament of Roses Parade. The high school offers a well-rounded program of academics, art, music, drama, speech and athletics. One of the important links in the Bozeman school system is the interaction and connection between school and parents. Many parents participate as volunteers in the classroom, or in auxiliary programs supporting the schools and students.
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Extractions: Check Against Delivery Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to join you today as you discuss an issue of critical importance to the state of Montana - the development of alternative energy sources. I appreciate seeing all of you here as we move forward with discussions about alternative energy opportunities in Montana. I want to introduce to you Mark Lindberg. Mark recently came on board with the Office of Economic Opportunity as the state's energy specialist. Mark has a great background with electric cooperatives, and will play a key role as we move forward with both alternative and traditional power expansion in our state. In this day and age, and in light of the tragic events of September 11, we as a nation must look internally for opportunities to supply our own energy sources. Montana is a state with incredible potential - and with a responsibility - to supply food, fiber, and power throughout America and the world. Our society has an increasing appetite for energy. With the increase in computer usage, air conditioning, microwaves and all the amenities in life we enjoy, is it really a surprise that energy consumption has increased?
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Extractions: @import "/styles/main.css"; Home Series Resources Forums ... Caribbean Lowlands This content is from Let's Go: Costa Rica 2003. Costa Rica Alternatives to Tourism Studying Abroad Language Schools Unlike American universities, language schools are frequently independently-run international or local organizations or divisions of foreign universities that rarely offer college credit. Language schools are a good alternative to university study if you desire a deeper focus on the language or a less rigorous courseload. These programs are also good for younger high school students that might not feel comfortable with older students in a university program. Some good programs include: Write a comment for Language Schools 5112 N. 40th St., Suite 103, Phoenix, AZ 85018, USA ( firstname.lastname@example.org www.a2zlanguages.com ), offers 1-week to 6-month language programs for all levels and arranges educational and cultural tours. US$315-US$1000 per week, including homestay, 2 meals, airport pickup, and 4-6hr. daily instruction. Write a comment for A2Z Languages 224 9917; fax 225 8125;
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Extractions: The Missouri Association of Naturopathic Physicians website offers resources and information about naturopaths and naturopathic in general. In addition please find links that will offer information about curricula for naturopathic medical schools, and links to other organizations that share our mission. Q. How Do I Find A Qualified Naturopath In My Area? A: To obtain a naturopathic medical degree (N.D.) that qualifies the recipient to sit for a licensing examination in a state with a licensing board and standards of practice, students must attend a 4 year medical program following three years of standard pre-medical education. The following schools offer such training: National College of Naturopathic Medicine (Portland, OR)
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Extractions: T he University of Montana School of Law offers an alternative to big, urban law schools. Each year, we enroll approximately 80 students from across the country looking for a hands- on approach to legal education, where students and faculty work closely inside and outside of class. The atmosphere is enhanced by the surrounding Rocky Mountains, where wilderness and recreation offer a break from the rigors of law study. At UM, people are friendly, and there's a spirit of cooperation, not competition, among the students. We take pride in being a small, student-centered law school, where our faculty share their knowledge and insights gained from practice. Our curriculum is different, too. Since 1911, our goal has been to prepare competent practicing attorneys. While many law schools emphasize legal theory, we integrate theory with practical experience. You will draft contracts, create corporations, counsel clients, negotiate transactions, try a case to a jury and argue an appeal. You can do advanced work in environmental and natural resources law, Indian law, trial advocacy, dispute resolution and business law. You can even pursue joint law and graduate degrees in environmental studies public administration and business administration Because we're a small school, nearly everyone participates in one or more student organizations, such as our law reviews
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Extractions: Early on in the work of the Montana Rural Education Center, there was a recognized need for some sort of a handbook or manual for rural school teachers who found themselves responsible for their school libraries. In cooperation with the Lucy Carson Library at University of Montana Western of the University of Montana, the Center first published such a work in the school year of 1982-83. Unraveling the Patchwork, a library guide for rural schools, was reprinted in 1983-84 because of demand. Since then much has changed. Libraries have become information centers, many have been automated, and all need to have electronic connections to the outside world. To determine exactly what was needed in the 1990's the Center and the Library undertook some much needed research. In 1991-1992, Ann Eifert, a library student, conducted a quantitative research project with rural schools regarding current library practices. She found that while rural libraries appeared to be moving toward centralization, "schools were plagued with outdated materials." The survey provided a great deal of other helpful information. With the conclusion of the Itinerant Library Network program there was renewed interest in taking what had been learned from that program and turning it into a rural school resource manual. Unfortunately, the funding was not available to do the work immediately and the students graduated and moved on in their careers. Every few months, however, the Montana Rural Education Center receives a request for an updated version of
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Extractions: Contention over harvesting trees in the burned areas of the Bitterroot National Forest has brought national attention to the work now in progress following an agreement reached between the Forest Service, timber workers, and several environmental groups. Some of those interested are not content to base their judgments upon reports in the news media or from the Forest Service and have come to monitor things for themselves. Members of Wild Rockies Earth First, an environmental activist group, have been involved in monitoring the situation on the ground even before the Forest Service began offering field trips into the harvest areas. Since that time, according to Forest Service spokesperson Dixie Dies, the bulk of participants in the scheduled tours have been members of Earth First. All this scrutiny makes timber contractor Bob Walker a bit nervous. Walker is harvesting on both the Roan-Burke and Elk Point timber sales while Pyramid Lumber is harvesting on the Bear sale. Walker claims to have an Earth First manual that describes how to sabotage large machinery. Walker also claims that intruders were observed by security personnel after dark in a closed area approaching a helicopter used in the logging operation. The intruders supposedly left when confronted by the guard.
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