Holmdel Township Public Schools - Site Map Staff Members; Advocating Rights The Holmdel parent Group for resources; RelatedSites - US Department of education Links - new jersey State Department http://www.holmdel.k12.nj.us/sitemap/sitemap.shtm
NEW JERSEY PARENTING RESOURCES spent 18 years as a special education teacher, teaching in conflict resolution throughthe new jersey Bar Foundation Liz Porcelli, Certified parent Educator PO http://jetlink.net/~positive/jersey.html
Legal Resources For Special Education site for the Council of parent Attorneys and Herbert Monheit's practice in specialeducation and social Sussan and Staci Greenwald's newjersey-based special-ed http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/sped/projects/ose/resources/legal.html
Extractions: about Special Education and Disabilities The Web site for the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (or COPAA), an independent, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to improving the legal assistance for parents of children with disabilities. COPPA hosts an annual conference EDLAW by Jim Rosenfeld.
Parent Resources Houghton Mifflin's parent's Place resources Free NJ Locate drug prevention information,education, and services specifically designed for new jersey communities http://www.camden.k12.nj.us/S/Cream/page6.html
Extractions: Internet: http://www.ed.gov/pubs/parents/internet/ Strengthening Refugee Families: Designing Programs for Refugee and Other Families in Need This manual details the principles and practices of the Refugee Families Program (RFP) in Chicago and the issues that have arisen in connecting these families to the educational medical, welfare, and other institutions that can provide the family-strengthening support they need. The approach of RFP is to work with families through their preschool-age children, to help them prepare their child for public school, and to introduce parents to concepts of child development foreign to their culture but necessary for adjusting to the new environment. Part 1 presents an overview of the program, part 2 describes its four part components, part 3 deals with program administration, and part 4 reviews lessons learned in the evolution of the program. Cost: $34.45, includes shipping.PS025018
Extractions: Parent News for November-December 2000 Resources for Parents Conference Calendar Conference: Navigating Partnerships for Student Success Sponsor: National Association of Partners in Education Date: November 13-17, 2000 Place: Houston, Texas Description: Keynote speakers for the 17 th annual national symposium on Partnerships in Education include Dr. Peter Benson, President, the Search Institute; William Brock, Former Secretary of Labor, Chairman, Intellectual Development Systems; and Curt Coffman, coauthor of "First, Break All the Rules" and Global Practice Leader for the Gallup Organization's Workplace Management. Contact:
Extractions: http://www.addup.org Administration on Developmental Disabilities http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/add Association of University Centers on Disabilities http://www.aucd.org/ American Association on Mental Retardation http://www.aamr.org/ Arc of the United States http://www.TheArc.org/ ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center http://www.chtop.com/archbroc.htm Association for Persons in Supported Employment http://www.apse.org Brain Injury Association - USA http://www.biausa.org Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (formerly HCFA) http://www.hcfa.gov/ College of Direct Support http://www.collegeofdirectsupport.com http://wind.uwyo.edu/connect.htm Disability Info.gov
SciEduNet - Parent Resource students with hundreds of scientific programs and resources in new York, new jersey,and Connecticut How do I get involved in my child's science education? http://www.sciedunet.org/parent/index.cfm
Extractions: Would you like to do science activities with your children? Are you looking for summer science programs? Are you interested in parental involvement programs? The Science EduNet website connects parents of K-12 students with hundreds of scientific programs and resources in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut! Find answers to questions commonly asked by parents Browse by programs, organization, or category. How do I get involved in my child's science education? What are some science activities I can do with my children? Are there any summer science programs for my children? Are there programs for children who are gifted in science? Organization Clubs - Membership Organizations and Clubs for Students Contests - Local Contests and Competitions for Students Contests - National Contests and Competitions for Students ... Tutoring - Tutoring and Informal Mentoring for Students How do I get involved in my child's science education?
MCEC: Assessment Resource Center to look at the state prepared parent Guides for web page to link to resources andpublications new jersey education Information Resource This new jersey site http://www.militarychild.org/assessment/searchresults.cfm?state=NJ
EP Association Links to Family Support Network Northern new jersey Maternal Child Paraquad Disability educationServices parent education Project of Who Care Pilot parent, the Arc http://www.eparent.com/resources/associations/associationlinks.htm
Extractions: New Jersey Resources Children's Home Society - The mission of The Children's Home Society of New Jersey is to provide at-risk children and their families a range of services that empower them to achieve their potential. Family Division Court - Family-related cases, such as those involving divorce, domestic violence, juvenile delinquency, child support, foster-care placements, adoption, custody and visitation and terminations of parental rights, are heard in the Family Division of Superior Court. About 350,000 cases are handled in the Family Division each year. New Jersey Association of Family and Conciliation Courts - These links provide useful information, located on other websites, for professionals working with families involved in divorce and child custody conflict situations. NJ Department of Human Services - Links to a large variety of programs and services in NJ; divided into categories for: families and children, blind and visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, mental health, medical assistance, and people with disabilities.
4MyChild Support, Help & Resources Dr. David Leigh, Supervisor Special education High Point Regional High Arasz Prioli,B.Sc., ATP new jersey Protection parent TRAINING AND INFORMATION PROJECT. http://www.cerebralpalsy.org/staNJ.html
Extractions: Aardvark - English Forum A portal for students and teachers of English (ESL/EFL) includes interactive exercises, message boards, ELT (English language teaching) and more. Advanced Composition for Non-Native Speakers of English A high level academic writing course for non-native English speakers. BBC Worldservice International news, analysis and information in English and 42 other languages. BenJX Language Learning Resources and information for students and teachers of English (ESL/EFL). Bilingual Resources General source for finding videos, books, software, cassettes, and games. Cyber School Bus United Nations ' - teaching, learning information and materials for a social studies curriculum for grades K-12. Dave's ESL Cafe A cyber meeting place for ESL/EFL students and teachers from around the world.
Extractions: This list contains over 120 Web sites relating to science, well-categorized. Joan is an Internet Educational Consultant with the Roslyn Public Schools in Roslyn, NY, apparently working out of Hofstra University. It was worth putting some effort into formatting this list into a usable Web page. Summer Research Program for NYC Secondary Science Teachers The primary aim of this Program is to provide New York City secondary school science teachers with sustained hands-on experience in scientific research so they can better understand the practice of science, and better transmit to their students and fellow teachers a feeling for its practice. The Mid-Atlantic Eisenhower Consortium for Mathematics and Science Education Mini Grants, Information and Freebies. Every teacher should check out this page. You are going to be surprised at the information the author has put at this site. If you have a Web page of your own you are going to want to add a link to this site. Do not miss out on this one. It is updated regularly. The NCSU Program on Science, Technology and Society Home Page
Gifted Education parent resources. Gifted education and Dual Exceptionalities resources from the ERIC TheGifted Child Society new jersey based organization features workshops http://www.dbpeds.org/links/links.cfm?pageref=gifted
Teacher Organizations And Associations education Materials and resources new jersey Teacher Sue on Elementary and EarlyChildhood education; Geographic Society; National parent Information Network; http://www.njaet.org/organizations.htm
Family Village -- New Jersey Resources Advanced Program (MAP); Statewide parent Advocacy Network Association; new jerseyDepartment of education; new jersey Special Olympics; new jersey State resources*; http://www.familyvillage.wisc.edu/comm/new-jersey.html