SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCES: Special Education Parent Support: Parents Let's Uni PLUK is a private, non-profit parent organization serving families and individuals with disabilities Category Reference education Special education SupportPLUK is a private, nonprofit parent organization serving families and individualswith disabilities of any age in the state of montana with information http://www.iser.com/PLUK-MT.html
Extractions: Fax: (406) 657-2061 E-Mail: PLUKMT@aol.com PLUK is a private, non-profit parent organization serving families and individuals with disabilities of any age in the state of Montana with information, support, training and assistance. PLUK services are available for everyone at no charge: information on educational and disability issues
Education Resource Links For Montana Music education. Links to montana Curriculum and Standards. The Gateway Searchable education resources. The Systemic Rovalli County parent Educators. 655 6th Avenue http://www.wfps.k12.mt.us/wfhs/library/education_resource_links_for_mon.htm
Extractions: State Indicators and Initiatives State Indicators of Young Child and Family Well-Being Percent of young children in poverty US 24.7% Montana 25.9% Percent of young children with mother working part or full-time US 63.6% Montana 72.8% Percent of 19-35 month old children not vaccinated US 23.0% Montana 23.0% Percent of low-income young children without health insurance US 18.9% Montana 12.2% (Source: National Center for Children in Poverty. cpmcnet.columbia.edu/dept/nccp State Initiatives and Supports Montana State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction A nine-member council of agency heads, including human services, health, juvenile justice, public instruction, and drug abuse prevention, as well as the attorney general and the director of the Children's Trust Fund. The mission of the Council is to foster planning, collaboration, and cooperation, particularly around prevention as well as to create prevention benchmarks. To date, the Council has created prevention benchmarks and a Prevention Resource Center; prepared a unified prevention budget; developed a "master plan" for community involvement in prevention activities; and proposed a "super agency," combining health and human services.
Montana State Resources and Information Center (PTI) listed above parent Teacher Association or policiesof the Department of education, nor does NICHCY State resources montana http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/mt.htm
Extractions: The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at email@example.com and let us know. Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Transition Project Information And Resources parent training workshops on stress management, special education law and PLUK hasa network of parents and parent support groups throughout montana. http://www.msubillings.edu/transition/partners.htm
Extractions: The Developmental Disabilities Program supports choices and opportunities for people with developmental disabilities in their communities. Adult services are generally free of charge or low cost to those who qualify, however, disability benefits are used to partially offset the cost of some DDP-funded residential services, such as room and board in group homes. High School Transition Specialists
4MyChild Support, Help & Resources parent TEACHER ASSOCIATION (PTA). Executive Director montana Center on Disabilitiesmontana State UniversityBilings Special education Building 1500 http://www.cerebralpalsy.org/staMT.html
Educational Resources Missouri Department of Higher education; montana Office of Best Sites for Children;A parent's Guide to Internet Safety; US Department of education parents Guide http://www.mwedconnection.org/resources.html
Extractions: General Resources: Exceptional Parent Magazine TRI Online! Bookstore - Books About Self-Advocacy. The Parent Advocate News. The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates. ... HipMag Online. Interactive web site for deaf children. Internet Resources for Special Children. For all the Special Kids of the World. The Family Village. Children with Disabilities. ... Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Site 1. Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Site 2. Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Site 3. The Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998. Section 504 Regulations. Neighborhood Legal Services: New York State Guidelines to Allow for the Transfer of Assistive Technology When a Student Moves from School Jurisdiction to Higher Education, Other Human Services Agency or Employment. Resources for Disabled and Special Needs Children. ... The Association for Special Kids. An organization that helps families with special needs children set up individual financial plans. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Parents' Guide to the Development of Preschool Children with Disabilities: Resources and Services.
Extractions: Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV. Parent and Community Involvement in Rural Schools. ERIC Digest. THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC Researchers and educators have long agreed that when parents get involved in education, children try harder and achieve more at school (e.g., Epstein, 1995). Parents who help and encourage their children to learn at home, and who help develop positive attitudes toward school, contribute to the personal growth and academic success of their children. Various approaches have been developed to help schools gain greater parent involvement. These approaches have several features in common: programs that focus on parenting skills and the development of home conditions that support learning; school-to-home and home-to-school communication about school programs and children's progress; the use of volunteers at school or in other locations to support the school and students; and participation by families in decision-making, governance, and advocacy (Bauch, 1994; Davies, 1991).
Extractions: Auburn, Alabama Extension educators and their community collaborators are increasingly being held accountable for results. They need to know how to evaluate their programs and effectively communicate results to stakeholders. This article reports the design and results of a statewide training in parent education evaluation in Montana, using the National Extension Parent Education Model (NEPEM). It provides a useful example of how evaluation training can be conceived, carried out, and evaluated by Extension professionals. The National Extension Parent Education Model (NEPEM) and The Alabama Children's Trust Fund Evaluation Manual In 1992, a team of specialists in the Cooperative Extension System noted that a national parent education model that pulled together critical parenting practices did not exist. In collaboration with family life specialists throughout the nation, the team reached agreement on a model summarizing core categories and the critical parenting practices emerging from them.
Extractions: This article discusses school reform from a cultural perspective. It speculates that a primary reason why Indian students continue to suffer higher dropout rates and lower achievement is because a "dissonance" exists between American Indian culture and the culture of our public schools system. It suggests that certain kinds of teaching methods and school reform strategies are more "culturally congruent" with traditional tribal teaching practices and therefore should be considered for adoption among public schools serving Indian student populations.
Mars Education Resources http//marsnt3.jpl.nasa.gov/education/modules/webpages/activity5.htm. Grades612 students, montana State University. Up to parent Page SSI Home Page http://www.spacescience.org/Outreach/TravSciExhibits/MarsQuest/Education/Resourc
Extractions: Mars Education Resources RESOURCE CATEGORY AUDIENCE ORGANIZATION GENERAL WEB SITES The Space Place http://spaceplace.jpl.nasa.gov Mars activities and space facts. All ages (includes primary grades) Jet Propulsion Laboratory The Planetary Society http://planetary.org/html/learn/index.html The Mars Millennium Project; Red Rover, Red Rover; Craters Lessons, and Bill Nye the Science Guy, and links to a planetary image gallery and views from Mars! General Public The Planetary Society Astronomical Society of the Pacific http://www.aspsky.org/education/solarsys.html#mars Recommended books and articles General Public Astronomical Society of the Pacific The Nine Planets http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/nineplanets/nineplanets/nineplanets.html An overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system. General Public University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory The National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/planetary_home.html
MPRRC Resources Children with Special Health Care Needs A parent's Guide (11 of Functions (7/96)MPR 105; State Special education Advisory Panels montana Outcomes Report (NEW). http://www.usu.edu/mprrc/pubs.htm
Extractions: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay www.acb-online.org The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is a regional nonprofit organization that builds and fosters partnerships for the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers. Their web site connects teachers to a resource list offered by the Chesapeake Regional Information Service (CRIS) where information sheets, activity guides, posters, and audiovisuals can be requested. Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) 162 Prince George Street Annapolis, MD 21401 www.cbf.org The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is a private, nonprofit conservation organization that promotes responsible management of the Bays resources. Their web site includes a large variety of student, teacher, and parent resources. EE Link www.nceet.snre.umich.edu EE Link is a search tool linking many environmental education web sites. Includes K-12 resources arranged by topic area. GREEN (Global Rivers Environmental Education Network) www.green.org GREENs web site contains information on water quality monitoring. Site includes a glossary and outlines steps that young people (geared to middle and high school ages) can take to improve and sustain watersheds. Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Center 2001 Bryan Point Road Accokeek, MD 20607
Great Falls Public Schools PTA montana parent Teacher Association Library Organizes the Web with 15,000 carefullyreviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education. http://www.gfps.k12.mt.us/parents_resources.htm
Untitled parents educating in montana are free to select the collection of resources availablefrom education sources across home schooling, is that the parent is able http://www.mtche.org/mcheup.htm