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Extractions: The cleanup and redevelopment of Brownfields sites are key components of the revitalization of many low-income communities. ORCA is working with several partners, including LISC and New Partners for Community Revitalization, to develop the New York Metro Brownfields Development Fund. Once established, this fund will offer financial institutions a new mechanism through which to invest in Brownfields redevelopment. Tax credits can be effective tools for promoting community and economic development. Since its enactment in 1986, the Low Income Housing Tax Credit has helped finance the development of 1.3 million affordable rental homes nationally. The New Markets Tax Credit, which is targeted at businesses, also has the potential to attract equity investments to help revitalize low-income communities. ORCA is exploring the use and impact of these housing and economic development tax credits in New York State and hosting informational workshop sessions on this topic.
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Extractions: National Organizations Program Overview With support from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) of the U.S. Department of Justice , five national organizations and state programs offer an array of law-related education (LRE) programs and activities for young people in their schools and communities. Over 1 million students and 16,000 teachers participate in the Youth for Justice program. LRE helps young people avoid delinquent behavior and develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of effective citizens. LRE enlivens social studies, language arts, and science courses through interactive instructional strategies. LRE enhances learning by providing opportunities for young people to participate in and take responsibility for their communities. LRE equips young people to confront challenging issues such as substance abuse, crime, and violence. Youth for Justice involves young people in LRE programs that address national problems, particularly violence by and against youth. Youth for Justice's five cooperating national LRE organizations: develop curriculum and instructional materials support a national network of state and local leaders representing every state provide professional staff development for schools conduct programs for students prepare community volunteers as co-instructors and co-leaders in classrooms and community activities for youth
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Extractions: Achieving the Goals: Goal 1All Children in America Will Start School Ready to Learn Jersey City's school district based early childhood initiative has expanded from an initial state-funded program for 150 children to a program serving 400 children, with the majority of resources provided from local education agency funds. The program has thrived during a period of state imposed takeover of the school district operations and budget. Organization The school district uses resources from the state Goodstarts Program and local district resources to implement prekindergarten programs in elementary school buildings. All families in the community are eligible to enroll their children in the locally funded classrooms. Two administrators share responsibility for program management, staff development for prekindergarten and primary grade staff members, and teacher evaluations. Funding A total budget of approximately $2.75 million per year includes an estimated contribution of $1.8 million from local school district resources as well as funding from federal (Even Start, Chapter 1), and state department of education programs. Services for Children The faculty-student ratio is 2 to 15 in the 3- and 2 to 18 in the 4-year-old classes. The after-school program runs from 8:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. and emphasizes education activities such as music, dance and drama. Jersey City has adopted a developmentally appropriate framework for classroom practice and professional development from prekindergarten through second grade, an approach which enhances continuity for young children and their families. Most children move from prekindergarten classes into kindergarten classes in the same schools, thus easing the transition for both student and their families.
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Extractions: Commissioner Librera said the new tests respond to a need on both the state and federal levels to assess knowledge and skills of elementary and middle school students. Through the Early Literacy Initiative, the state has set a goal to have every child reading at grade level by the end of the third grade.
Extractions: From the Professional Development Consortium for Mathematics Teachers, the Math Teacher Link is designed to deliver professional development opportunities and classroom resources to teachers of mathematics, statistics, and related subjects at the high school and lower division college levels. The Mathematics Learning Forums
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Extractions: Dealing with discipline Instruction or punishment? Disciplining a child isn't easy. All children misbehave. The challenge for parents is to approach discipline as a learning experience, not simply a punishment. Most parents realize that discipline in their homes is the daily practice of preset rules...rules they've agreed on with their children...rules that encourage the development of responsible behavior at home, in school, and elsewhere. Extreme measures - such as repeated physical punishment - are not effective in maintaining discipline. The opposite extreme - giving children unjustified rewards - also sends the wrong message. The solution? Think positively. Parents and school staff need to praise good behavior and correct misbehavior. This will set the pattern for self-discipline - a key to your child's success. Improving your children's behavior Create an atmosphere of trust - let children know they can turn to you. Discuss the problems that cause your children distress. Remember, what seems insignificant to you may be a big problem to a child. Encourage children's respect for authority.
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Extractions: 2003 New Jersey Animal Assistance Program In a continued effort to support the human animal bond and advance the humane treatment and protection of animals, the New Jersey Animal Assistance Program provides funds to organizations that work diligently to reduce euthanasia, supply a temporary and safe haven for unwanted animals, and teach children to be kind to all living beings. Guidelines for application begin on page three of this letter, but first we offer a few observations from the field: For the last few years, humane agencies have been focusing their efforts on feral cat management. About 70 million feral or free-roaming cats are estimated to be living in this country. Many groups, constrained by limited resources, struggle to control cat numbers with spay/neuter programs and community educational campaigns. In contrast, wildlife agencies and advocates want domestic cats out of the environment because of their potential impact on other native wildlife species. Both sides may argue about how to control populations, but would agree that the only way to abate the problem is to foster the human-animal bond. Caring about animals is different than taking care of animals. This is accomplished by educating owners on cat behavior, the importance of using pet identification, and increasing the availability of low-cost veterinary care and early spay/neuter. While attempting to address feline overpopulation in New Jersey, shelters have also been witnessing a disturbing trend with canines. Many facilities have found that there are a decreasing number of dogs available for adoption. Many of the dogs they do see and house in their shelters have such behavioral problems that they could never be placed into a new home. Hence euthanasia for dogs has been steadily increasing.
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Extractions: PALINET 2003 Board of Trustees and Related Committees PALINET Staff PALINET Advisory Groups (2002/2003) Documents Related to Governance Policies ... History of PALINET PALINET's Vision PALINET is a premier network guiding information-service organizations in shaping tomorrow for themselves and their clients in a highly competitive environment through innovation, service, entrepreneurship, cooperation, and collaboration. PALINET's Mission PALINET a member-owned, member governed organization supports its member institutions in delivering high-quality, knowledge-based, and cost-effective information services to their clients in a timely manner through actions that encourage information access, resource sharing, interlibrary cooperation, and lifelong learning. Who we are PALINET is a cooperative membership organization of hundreds of institutions that collect, preserve and provide access to the record of humankind. These institutions include libraries, information centers, museums, archives, and other similar organizations situated in Delaware, the Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and neighboring states. The Network was formed in 1936 to promote library cooperation and resource sharing. Since then, PALINET has provided services in response to the growing and changing needs of libraries and related organizations of all types and sizes.
Extractions: 732.445.5006 fax History and Mission The New Jersey Center for Biomaterials is dedicated to improving patient care and public health through the development and commercialization of future generations of biomaterials. Since 1997, the Center has been building a nationally recognized resource in biomaterials and implant science with a major emphasis on industrial interactions. The Center's scientific focus is on design, synthesis, characterization and fabrication of new materials for tissue engineering and drug delivery and on understanding cell-material interactions to develop new medical implants and devices. As a formal consortium of New Jersey's premier public institutions of higher education working closely with industry, the Center coordinates academic, technical and clinical resources to: Stimulate innovative basic and applied research in biomaterials science Foster novel and productive research teams and partnerships to address the cutting edge challenges in biomaterials science Support shared core facilities to enhance collaborative inter-disciplinary inter-institutional research Serve as a focal point for biomaterials education and professional development Facilitate technology transfer and the commercialization of innovative materials for biomedical applications.
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Extractions: in Higher Education (POD). The Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) fosters human development in higher education through faculty, instructional, and organizational development. To visit POD, the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, World Wide Web site, please click here Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Associations Association of UNC Teaching Center Directors