Teamsters Local 237 Local 237 is the largest local in the Teamsters international union (International Brotherhood of Teamsters). Represents 24,000 public employees in new york City and Long Island including 9,000 employees of the new york City Housing Authority, another 11,000 members work in new york City agencies, the Board of education and the City University of new york, and some 3,000 members work on Long Island. http://www.LOCAL237TEAMSTERS.COM/
NYSUT - New York State United Teachers. Representing teachers in the state of new york.Category Regional North America Society and Culture Labor march and its unified message in support of public education, which is 480,000 peoplewho work in, or are retired from, new york's schools, colleges NYSUT.org. http://www.nysut.org/
Extractions: A full report on Saturday's convention activities will be available online later this week. [ RA 2003 Don't Fail Us Now - New York: A State at Risk is a special report detailing how proposed education cuts would undermine the ability of teachers and college faculty to continue raising academic standards and improving student achievement. The NYSUT report projects that, unless the education cuts are restored, thousands of layoffs in public schools and colleges would cripple standards-based reform and local economies across the state.
New York State Geological Survey Agency which investigates and publishes reports on the geology of new york, advises other state agencies, promotes earth science education, and to provide public service and information to the people of new york. http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/geology.html
Extractions: Welcome The New York State Geological Survey was created by an act of the legislature in 1836, as one of the first geological surveys in the world. The Survey continues to serve as the primary source of geological information in the State. Broadly, its missions are: to investigate and publish reports on the geology of New York, to act in an advisory capacity to other state agencies, to promote earth science education, and to provide public service and information to the people of New York. The Survey is now a bureau of the State Museum in the State Education Department.
NEA Higher Education State Higher education agencies. Resources on higher and professional education inNew york state purpose of the Technology and Distance education Initiative, as http://www.nea.org/he/abouthe/statehe.html
State Profiles : Introduction service, also links back to the nationalservice.org home page. To date, more than13,300 new york residents have qualified for education awards totaling http://www.nationalservice.org/stateprofiles/ny_intro.html
Extractions: Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hymes, praising crime prevention efforts of the Americorps Red Hook Safety Corps Getting things done in New York. More than people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through national service projects across New York. Serving through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations and other groups, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, organize neighborhood watch groups, clean parks, recruit volunteers, and accomplish other things to improve communities. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service will provide more than to support New York communities through three national service initiatives: AmeriCorps: This year AmeriCorps will provide more than 6,100 individuals
UJA-Federation Of New York: With an estimated 40,000 victims of elder abuse in new york City alone a Senate billthat would provide additional assistance to local agencies addressing the http://www.ujafedny.org/
Extractions: //script folder location dqmcodebase = "../uja_flyout/" MM_preloadImages('../images/uja/default2_r2_c1_f2.gif','../images/uja/default2_r2_c2_f2.gif','../images/uja/default2_r2_c5_f2.gif','../images/uja/logout2.gif','../images/uja/login2.gif','../images/uja/register2.gif','../images/uja/newsletters2.gif'); Long Island Westchester Israel Planned Giving ... Seniors Rally for the Right to Age in Place When 74-year-old Helen Baker fell and broke her arm last year, a social worker told her she would have to move out of her Co-op Village apartment on the Lower East Side and enter a nursing home. More Stories ... Teens Build Ties Amid Terror Gazing down at a six-square-block hole that was once the top of New York's skyline, 18-year-old Chani Kvetny seemed silently transported back to the Jerusalem bus she and her classmates were riding on when a suicide bomber detonated his explosives belt. More Stories ... JEWISH NEWS: At Home and Abroad Women's Group Suffers Western Wall Defeat (JTA) ADL: Antisemitic Incidents Soar in N. California (Forward) BOTH SIDES: 'Road Map' to Peace ... or Undue Pressure? (Forward) The Neo-Chasidic Revolution (Jewish Week) ... Note to AIPAC: 'Road Map' is Alive (JTA) UPCOMING EVENTS Conference: The Health of Your Wealth Menswear Division Luncheon Broadcast, Video, Cable Event
NCATE: State Education Agency Websites Delaware, new york. accrediting organization for schools, colleges, and departmentsof education in the fax (202) 2966620 website www.ncate.org ncate@ncate http://www.ncate.org/resources/statelinks.htm
UNESCO - Education Sector at United Nations Headquarters in new york tomorrow (February the Decade is give newimpetus to Clearinghouse on HIV/AIDS education International Clearinghouse http://www.unesco.org/education/index.shtml
Extractions: April 9, 2003 - "Educate girls" is the message resounding around the world today as three-quarters of a million children, teachers and parents join in the World's Biggest Lesson to demand a fair chance for every girl. The response to this campaign action has been overwhelming, with registered participants in the World's Biggest Lesson rising from 250,000 to more than 750,000 worldwide over the past few days.
Untitled Document in a most needed area the education and development are grateful for the involvementof these agencies in this of Women in the Arts 1250 new york Avenue, NW http://www.girlsplace.com/founding.html
Carnegie Corporation - The Corporation's Program large, comprehensive high schools in new york City into effective schools and creatingadditional new small schools value of early childhood education to the http://www.carnegie.org/sub/program/education.html
Extractions: Strengthening U.S. Democracy EDUCATION The twenty-first century has left the age of the industrial worker, passing to the age of the knowledge worker. Both general and specialized education have assumed greater importance for personal development; for the civic, social, and economic strength of the nation; and for the search for solutions to global problems facing humankind. The nation's future depends on the priority given to the development of new knowledge and to investments in human capital. For individuals, the benefits of education are increasingly positive, since opportunities to acquire satisfying jobs and a decent standard of living are requiring higher levels of formal education. Building on its history and past programs in the field, Carnegie Corporation will dedicate a major part of its grant funds over the next few years to education reform, specifically urban high school redesign, with an emphasis on adolescent literacy and the preparation of teachers who are on the front lines of that reform
Partner Agencies Partner agencies Challenge Industries Career Resources. VESID, an office of theNew york State education Department provides vocational rehabilitation http://www.tompkinsworkforceny.org/partneragencies.htm
Extractions: calendar youth job-seekers employers ... home Partner Agencies Job Seekers can access employment support and gain assistance with any or all of the following: vocational counseling, case management, resume/interview assistance, travel training, job coaching or on-the-job instruction, long term employment supports, social security benefits advisement, computer and office skill training, networking and job seeking skills training and volunteer opportunities. Contact: (607) 272-7514 New York State Department of Labor The Department of Labor (DOL) is New York States primary agent for job creation, job listing, job placement and economic growth through the Workforce Development system. Other regional DOL services include: employer counseling services; unemployment benefits via the automated Telephone Claim Centers; and enforcement and consultation of safety and health regulations for public employees. Contact: (607) 272-7570 DSS Employment Programs The Tompkins County Department of Social Services Employment Unit located in the Workforce Development Center was created to meet the Welfare-To-Work program requirements of applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, and is designed to address the needs of temporary assistance and food stamp recipients by providing access to employment referrals, educational activities and supportive services to prepare these individuals to compete in the labor market.
CEREBRAL PALSY OF NEW YORK STATE HAS MOVED We advocate and provide direct services with and for individuals with Cerebral Palsy and other significan Category Health Conditions and Diseases United States Cerebral Palsy Associations of new york State supports our Affiliates and legislativeand public policy development, training and education, and government http://www.ucpa-nys.org/
NYISE Educator Bookmarks in education; Web Development Kit Get Acrobat Reader. Printing Office Government AgenciesInformation Super Library Computer Users' Group of new york City World I http://www.nyise.org/start.htm
Westchester Arts Council-Arts Links org Largest professional art education association in the regional services for historicalagencies museums Museum Association of new york www.manyonline.org http://www.westarts.com/art_links.htm
Press Release: IMAA Introduced In Congress describes how state and local education agencies will be Headquartered in new YorkCity, AFB maintains offices in Foundation for the Blind, visit www.afb.org. http://www.afb.org/info_document_view.asp?DocumentID=1705
.edu Domain Registration And Administration Regional Institutional Accrediting agencies. new york Board of Regents, Commissionerof education, http//www.nysed.gov; The Council on Chiropractic http://www.educause.edu/edudomain/eligibility.asp
Extractions: To obtain an Internet name in the .edu domain, your institution must be accredited by a United States regional accrediting agency. There are six of these agencies, which may be found on the U.S. Department of Education's list of Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agencies. This policy will be expanded in mid-April 2003 to allow postsecondary institutions that are institutionally accredited by agencies on the U.S. Department of Education's list of Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agencies to apply for .edu domain names. This list includes both "Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies" and "National Institutional and Specialized Accrediting Bodies." Note that institutional accreditation is required for .edu eligibility; program accreditation is not sufficient. For accrediting agencies that accredit both institutions and programs, see the "Title IV Note" on the Department of Education Web page. Agencies Whose Accredited Institutions Will Be Eligible for .edu Domain Names as of Mid-April 2003
ENC This Week News Education Headlines The new york Times (NY), February 13, Out With the Old education groups and governmentagencies to improve mathematics and science education at all http://www.enc.org/thisweek/news/educationheadlines/0,1456,graphics,00.shtm