Extractions: We have learned that philanthropy for K-12 public education is growing, but also that the realities of grant makers' priorities, varying philosophies, and charter restrictions establish a context in which the distribution of funds is erratic, dollars don't necessarily flow to districts that have high concentrations of impoverished students with poor academic performance, and anomalies can have unintended consequences. Further, it appears that schools are most successful in gaining philanthropic support from local donors for coherent, strategic initiatives and/or when the schools have staff with assigned responsibility for fund-raising. The discussion that follows elaborates on these findings. SEDL estimates that philanthropic support for K-12 public schooling in the Southwestern Region grew by more than 30 percent between the 1997-98 and 1998-99 school years (Exhibit 1). And, as the total dollars have gone up, the number of school districts in the Southwestern Region receiving philanthropic funds grew by more than 16 percent over that two years (Exhibit 2). Nonetheless, an estimated 45 percent of the region's districts reported receiving no philanthropic funds at all in 1998-99. Even for those districts receiving substantial philanthropic gifts, those contributions amount to a small fraction of their total budgets (Exhibit 3). In 1998-99, the region's total philanthropic revenues amounted to only $11 per student, as compared to a regional average per-student expenditure for that same year of $5,328. As a specific example, a New Mexico district with 7400 students received a $2.4 million grant in 1998-99 for a two-year project. The grant, while substantial, amounted to only 2.5 percent of the district's budget for those same two years.
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Extractions: Adobe Enables Teachers Nationwide to Deliver Technology Software Education to Students State of Texas Joins Growing List of Teacher Training Programs Nationwide Using Breadth of Adobe Products to "Leave no Child Behind" SAN JOSE, Calif.February 4, 2003 (NASDAQ: ADBE) Adobe Systems Incorporated, the leader in network publishing, today announced that it has been selected to provide software for the Technology Applications Certification Program (TACP), a K-12 teacher training initiative dedicated to advancing technology in Texas classrooms. Supporting a statewide mandate, the full scope of Adobe products will serve as the foundation for improving the technology aptitude of 1,200 Texas educators developing high-tech curricula for students. The State of Texas joins school districts and programs nationwide that are implementing Adobe software in the classroom to close the digital divide. According to the National School Board Foundation, teachers at 90 percent of the nation's largest school districts lack technology training in the classroom. Responding to this need, the state of Texas developed the TCAP with a $2.2 million grant, giving teachers in low-income communities software instruction to incorporate technology courses into their curriculum. As part of the two-year certification program, teachers will learn Adobe's print and Web publishing and graphics products, allowing them to teach Web, desktop publishing, video, graphics, and animation courses. The program, ensuring that every Texas school district has technologically savvy teachers, is being facilitated through the Texas Center for Educational Technology (TCET) and the University of North Texas.
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ENLACE Northern New Mexico will enhance communication among schools, students, families Northern new mexico ENLACEseeks to build upon successes the past two years, k12 student retention http://www.wkkfweb.org/ENLACE/northernm.htm
Extractions: Northern New Mexico ENLACE will target high school and college students in five counties-Santa Fe, Taos, Mora, Rio Arriba, and San Miguel. The K-12 school population ranges from 68 to 94 percent Hispanic. Northern New Mexico is a very diverse region of cities and rural communities. The predominantly Hispanic population includes Mexican-Americans and descendants of settlers from Spain who have lived here for hundreds of years. The project will target approximately 300 students. These students attend two community colleges and a university, as well as high schools. Each high school site will reach 40 students in grades 9-12. The lead institution is Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) in Santa Fe. Other key partners are Northern New Mexico Community College (NNNCC), which is located in Espanol and El Rito, and New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) in Las Vegas. These post-secondary institutions are linking to public schools, regional education networks, and community-based organizations such as La Jicarita Enterprise Community.
Southern New Mexico ENLACE $98,700.00, new mexico State University, 2000, Support the goals of the Serving Institutionsand other higher education institutions, k12 schools, and community. http://www.wkkfweb.org/ENLACE/southernm.htm
Extractions: Southern New Mexico ENLACE is a collaboration of students, parents, three public school districts, businesses and community organizations, the community college, and the university designed to produce more Latino and Hispanic graduates from high school and college. Activities will seek to strengthen the K-16 educational " camino Latino and Hispanic students have the highest dropout rates in New Mexico. Focus groups have identified several key barriers to educational success, including lack of parental involvement; inadequate student support; low teacher expectations; low levels of literacy and academic achievement; and poor coordination and communication among families, schools, and communities.
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New Mexico Science Olympiad Fourteen years later, the Olympiad has members in all 50 states, totaling more than12,000 k12 schools. The new mexico Science Olympiad began in 1987 and is http://www.nmt.edu/~science/olympiad/
Extractions: Results To view results in MS Excel To view results in Adobe Acrobat Division B Division B Division C Division C The Science Olympiad was created in 1983 by Dr. Gerard Putz and Jack Cairns to increase interest n science as an alternative to traditional science fairs. After successful trial Olympiads held in Michigan and Delaware, the Science Olympiad began to grow. Fourteen years later, the Olympiad has members in all 50 states, totaling more than 12,000 K-12 schools. The New Mexico Science Olympiad began in 1987 and is hosted each year by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in Socorro, New Mexico, involving over 3,000 students from all areas of New Mexico. To learn more about Science Olympiad, check out our General Information page. To learn how to participate
Untitled Document Goal new mexico Tech will give back to the community. in which graduate and undergraduatestudents are awarded fellowships to spend time in k12 schools. http://www.nmt.edu/~pio/strategy/final/outreach.html
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Extractions: Central Elementary - Belen, New Mexico Georgia O'Keeffe Elementary School - Albuquerque, New Mexico Hatch Valley Elementary - Hatch, New Mexico Heights Elementary School - Alamogordo, New Mexico Red Rock Elementary - Gallup, New Mexico [Top Of Page] Cleveland Middle School - Albuquerque, New Mexico Jefferson Middle School - Albuquerque, New Mexico Kennedy Middle School - Albuquerque, New Mexico Los Alamos Middle School - Los Alamos, New Mexico Manzano Day School - Albuquerque, New Mexico Mountain Elementary - Los Alamos, New Mexico Picacho Middle School - Las Cruces, New Mexico Pojoaque Middle School - Pojoaque, New Mexico Red View Elementary - Gallup, New Mexico Rocky View Elementary - Gallup, New Mexico Santa Rosa Middle School - Santa Rosa, New Mexico Santa Teresa Middle School - Santa Teresa, New Mexico Vista Middle School - Las Cruces, New Mexico [Top Of Page] Cibola High School - Albuquerque, New Mexico Los Alamos High School - Los Alamos, New Mexico
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Extractions: Calendar of Events Organizational Structure Staff Legislative Update ... Home The New Mexico School Boards Association no longer posts teacher and administrator vacancies for school districts. To apply for a position in New Mexico, click on the link below. Click here to apply for a teaching position in New Mexico
Extractions: MESA, Ariz.(BUSINESS WIRE)Jan. 31, 2003 Clari News The richest set of real-time business, sports, and international news on the Web! Rural New Mexico School District Licenses Concert(TM) Instruction and Assessment, and Concert(TM) Business Web-based Applications for Both the Classroom and Business Office One of the most technologically savvy school districts in New Mexico is preparing to blaze a new trail between the classroom and the K-12 business office. The rural Bloomfield School District, located in the northwest corner of New Mexico near the "Four Corners," is the first school district in the nation to purchase a license to both Concert(TM) Instruction and Assessment, and Concert(TM) Business. Developed by Pearson Education Technologies, the Concert online education community is the first all-inclusive family of integrated Web-based applications for K-12 education. Concert links together all the functions of a school district, enabling school district leaders to manage their entire educational enterprise effectively and efficiently. "In a small school district like ours, many people wear many hats. We need to make it as easy as we can for people to do their jobs without having to learn multiple systems," said Sondra Adams, director of technology for the Bloomfield School District. "Implementing Concert on the instruction and business sides concurrently will help us streamline our operations and provide people with easy access to the information they need to make data-driven decisions."
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Extractions: (all revenue sources) urt Steinhaus has a new title, thanks to New Mexico's most recent push for accountability. As the state's assistant superintendent for accountability and information services, Steinhaus has spent the past year overseeing changes in its system for holding schools responsible for student performance. Outside consultants fanned out across New Mexico and asked focus groups for their opinions on how to help build on the accountability plan. New Mexico works to beef up its policies for holding schools accountable. "The state board is clearly headed in the direction of working to earn the public's trust," Steinhaus says. "One way to do that is to build a strong accountability policy." That policy aims to improve and streamline the information the state education department collects so districts can spend less time compiling data and more time improving student achievement. School-level report cards are to be more user-friendly and take stock not just of test scores, attendance, and dropout figures, but also school safety and community involvement. In the spring of last year, New Mexico students in grades 4, 6, and 8 took a new achievement test aligned with the state's content standards in reading and language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
Extractions: L La Salle High School (Miami, Florida) "LaSalle High School is a private, Archdiocesan school, administered by the Salesian Sisters." LayFayette High School (LaFayette, Georgia) Lafayette High School WWW Server (Lafayette, Virginia) Lancaster High School (Lancaster, Ohio) Lansing High School (Lansing, New York) "Lansing, NY, USA is a small rural/suburban community in the Finger Lakes District of upstate NY. The link in question is Lansing High School which is a student run link." Lathrop High School (Fairbanks, Alaska) Lewis County High School (Weston, West Virginia) Wow. One could spend a whole day going through *student* homepages, no less faculty and staff homepages. This school is making a serious effort to include students in their pursuit of the "Information Superhighway". Great site! Lewis Junior High School (San Diego, California) Libby High School (Libby, Montana) Liberty Christian School (Surf City, California) "[We are] accredited by WASC and ACSI as a K-12 Christian school committed to quality academic education." (note: K-12 Linesville High School (Linesville, Pennsylvania)
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Extractions: Site Info Articles Resources Discussion ... Resources > K-12 Schools with LD Programs, USA This is not an exhaustive list. If you know of a K-12 school in the United States that serves people with learning disabilities that is not on this list, or if you have corrections for information already on the list I'd appreciate hearing from you firstname.lastname@example.org . Please read the Guidelines for sending information to be included on this list. Thank you. Use the back button (left arrow button) on your browser to return here after clicking on a state in this list. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Wyoming You can discuss any aspect of formal (or informal) education by following the topic links below or add your own topics Bayside Academy
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Extractions: Download this paper in PDF format BACK State: New Mexico spent $4.4M from its general fund in FY 98 on technology and plans to spend the same in FY 99. A virtual resource center, slated to be launched in September. New Mexico has established distance-learning partnership. New Mexico spent $4.4M from its general fund in FY 98 on technology and plans to spend the same in FY 99. The state will spend an additional $1M in FY 99 on multimedia hardware and will receive matching funds from Intel and New Mexico Technet. A virtual resource center, slated to be launched in September, will highlight promising instructional practices on the Web. New Mexico has established distance-learning partnerships between -12 schools and institutions of higher education. Reimbursement conditions: NA Individual Reimbursement condition: NA